A land where if you ask for water, they give you wine…. that’s Romagna.
And, thanks to its favourable position between the Apennines and the plain, the make-up and variety of the land and the vines which have born fruit for centuries, the stretch of hills and foothills of the Province of Forlì-Cesena boasts a glorious wine producing tradition, a tradition which is today enjoying a great come back and increase in quality.
Of the five Romagnol wines, two grapes (Sangiovese and Trebbiano) are the most widespread in Italy and are the main components of many wines, even well-known quality wines. The other three (Albana, Pagadebit and Cagnina) are particularly unique to the Province of Forlì-Cesena
THE NEW NAME "ROMAGNA"
On October 8, 2011 was officially the decree of recognition of the new designation of origin of wines "Romagna".
Denomination, as well as provide for the amendment of the Albana di Romagna DOCG in "Romagna Albana," brings together in a single discipline, as well as sparkling Albana, the DOC Sangiovese, Trebbiano, and Cagnina Pagadebit, varying the name to "Romagna Sangiovese" "Romagna Trebbiano", "Pagadebit Romagna", "Romagna Cagnina." The specification "Romagna" then meets all the current denominations, with the aim of safeguarding and promoting more effectively on national and international markets, the territories of wines and of course the products of Denomination of Origin.