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Did you know that Oltrepò Pavese has the shape of a bunch of grapes?
Curious, isn't it?
This area is considered the home of Italian viticulture, with over 15,000 hectares of vineyards and 1700 farms in the area, most of family-run.
The origins of viticulture in the Oltrepò Pavese are very ancient, the first documents date back to the ancient Romans who wrote about it: "good wine, hospitable people (sic et simpliciter) and very large wooden barrels".
The territory boasts different typical wines starting from the traditional and classic ones such as Bonarda and Barbera or the more delicate Pinot, in all its nuances, up to the sweetly particular taste of the Blood of Judah.
Get to know these excellent products, the numerous wineries and wine shops in the area often organize tastings and meetings with specific events.
Join in and get carried away by the flavors of this territory, obtained through a long history made of traditions, passion and research that have made Oltrepò Pavese an excellence in Italy and in the world.