Vineyards and winemaking in Emilia Romagna date back at least to the Etruscans in the 7th century BC, and although today not as well known as other northern regions such as Tuscany and Piedmont, the local red and white wines have at least 20 'denominations of origin", with the "Colli Bolognesi" mark. Don't know where to start? We recommend the Rosso Bologna extracted from Cabernet Sauvignon grapes, which have won international reclaim, especially their reserve vintages. And the white bianco Bologna is the same on the lighter side. When it comes to sparkling wines, Barbera is the way to go. Start your exploration in the Quadrilatero and surrounding streets.
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