From Veneto, Italy, ligt bodied red made from the indigenous Tai Rosso grape, a distant relative of Cannonau or Grenache. On the palate, this bright red is redoleant of fresh picked berries--tart cherry and brambly wild raspberry with hints of dried herbs. Concentrated and flavorful with the structure of a classic chianti--ageworthy and excellent paired with refined charcuterie, prosciutto crudo, intense pasta and rice dishes, baccalà mantecato, polenta e baccalà alla vicentina, quail, pheasant and duck, as well as medium aged cheeses.
Nestled deep among the green slopes of the Berici Hills, close to Pisana Rock, overlooking the Po valley, stands an 18th century villa named after the Rezzadore family, who have been making wine here for many generations. Tai Rosso is undoubtedly the most important and well-known grape variety of the Colli Berici. The first documents mentioning the variety are from the 16th century.