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  • August 2019

    Monte delle Vigne will be closed from Monday 12th to Saturday 17th of August.

    We'll open on Monday 19th of August.

    We'll be open for the usual "Aperistreet in Vigna" on Thursday 15th of August from 7 P.M.

    No reservation needed!

    Happy Holidays!

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  • December 2018

    Every Sunday's of December our Wine Shop will be opened from 9,00 AM to 1,00 PM.

    You will find our wines in special Christmas boxes.

     

     

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  • November 2018
    Gambero Rosso

    In November Monte delle Vigne'll be present to  Gambero Rosso "Road Show Tour"

    Here below next stops:
    01/11/2018 SEUL
    05/11/2018 TAIPEI

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  • November 2018
    Gambero Rosso

    In November Monte delle Vigne'll be present to  Gambero Rosso "Tre Bicchieri Word Tour"

    Here below next stops:
    20/11/2018 ST. PETERSBURG
    22/11/2018 MOSCOW

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  • October 2018
    MONTE DELLE VIGNE

    The Malvasia 2015 from Monte delle Vigne, Ozzano Taro (PR), gets the award from Gambero Rosso, the Italian enological guidance.

     

    The name is telling us about his particularity, calling up the idea of the enduring fine taste in our memories, long before than in our palate and nostrils.

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  • August 2018

    Monte delle Vigne will be closed from Monday 13th  to Sunday 19th of August.

    Saturday 11th of august the Wine Shop will be open from 9,00 AM to 1,00 PM.

    We’ll open Monday 20th of August with usual schedule (8,30-12,30 / 14,30-18,30).

    Happy Holiday!

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  • August 2017
    Monte delle Vigne

    Monte delle Vigne will be closed from Saturday 12th  to Sunday 20th of August.

    We’ll open Monday 21th of August with usual schedule (8,30-12,30 / 14,30-18,30).

    Happy Holiday!

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  • April 2017
    Decanter

    "Monte delle Vigne, Calanchi Lambrusco, Colli di Parma, Emilia-Romagna, Italy 2014

    We’re seeing a revival in Lambrusco and this example..."

     

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  • February 2017
    Decanter

    This is Lambrusco, but not as you know it. The very sweet, cheap stuff has been replaced here with something vibrant and crunchy. It has black cherry and plum fruit and plenty of fresh acidity. There is a nice sweetness, but at just 10 grams of residual sugar it helps to balance out the acidity rather than dominate the wine. A very quaffable discovery that is perfect as an aperitif or with a platter of salami; it will be gone before you know it.

     
     

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  • February 2017
    Decanter

    We’re seeing a revival in Lambrusco and this example is a long way from the bland, sweet wines of the past. This dry, serious example opens up to intense dark fruit and savoury aromas, while the palate is full of pure, deep and complex red cherry and blackberry notes. While the tannins are firm, it has amazing length and depth. Only 5,000 bottles made.
     

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