Cantine Ca' Baradei Marzemino

An ancient grape variety from which over centuries, many offshoots have been produced. Among which, the venetian is world renowned, records of its cultivation date back to around 1550. The variety prefers poor gravel-filled soils, such as those provided by the Piave river. The vines prefer to be fully exposed to the sun yet sheltered from the wind; areas with a mild climate enhance the smoothness of the wine.

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Marzemino

Grape Variety

Marzemino (red grape).

Description

An ancient grape variety from which over centuries, many offshoots have been produced. Among which, the venetian is world renowned, records of its cultivation date back to around 1550. The variety prefers poor gravel-filled soils, such as those provided by the Piave river. The vines prefer to be fully exposed to the sun yet sheltered from the wind; areas with a mild climate enhance the smoothness of the wine.

Sensory Notes

A sweetish and elegant wine with good alcohol content, the nose is fruity with hints of red berries and floral notes of violets. Bottled during periods indicated to become bubbly. It is not considered a suitable wine for most meals.

Pairings

This wine is amiable enough to accompany red fruit tarts, pastries and dried fruits and nuts, such as chestnuts, walnuts, peanuts.

11°
14/16 °C

Damigiana 28, 34, 54
Drum 25 litres


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