Bottega Cabernet Sauvignon Trevenezie Red Wine


The region “Tre Venezie” or “Le Venezie,” which encompasses the Veneto and Friuli Venezia-Giulia regions as well as the province of Trento, is where the wines bearing the geographical indication “TREVENEZIE” get their name. There is a long history of winemaking in this region. The grape variety featured in this IGT, Cabernet Sauvignon, is one of the most popular and well-known in the world and is especially well-suited for the creation of red wines with exceptional quality and durability. This vine, which combines the greatest traits of both Cabernet Franc and Sauvignon Blanc, was created through accidental cross-fertilization.

Northern Italian wines include some of the country’s most well-known red wines, such as Nebbiolo, Barbera, Dolcetto, Amarone, and Valpolicella.

Piedmont in the northwest and Veneto in the northeast are arguably the two most important regions in Northern Italy. These regions’ red wines range from some of Italy’s most expensive and sought-after wines to great-value red wines.

Nebbiolo grapes are used to make some of Italy’s most exclusive and expensive red wines, such as Barolo and Barbaresco. These sought-after wines, however, come at a high cost.

Piedmont’s Dolcetto and Barbera are reasonably priced. Dolcetto creates fruit-forward, high-value wines that are meant to be drunk within 1-2 years after bottling and are planted in less favourable vineyard areas. Barbera is a strong-yielding cultivar that has high acidity and little tannin.

Valpolicella is the top-performing viticultural region in Veneto. There are five main categories within this wine category, ranging from affordable, light-bodied Valpolicella Classico to premium Amarone.

Corvina is often the base grape for Valpolicella’s red wines, with Rondinella and Molinara rounding out the combination.


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