Serprino Colli Euganei DOC comes from the Glera grape, known in the Euganean Hills as Serprina. It is not known whether the Glera grape first arrived here or in the Treviso area after its probable origin in Istria. We grow our Serprino on hilly soils of volcanic origin. The good temperature range gives fresh, floral aromas to this sparkling white wine.
- 2018Gambero Rosso: Serprino 2016 - 1 glass
- 2017Gambero Rosso: Serprino 2015 - 1 glass
- 2016Touring Editore: Serprino 2014 - 3 stars
- Grape varieties Serprina (Glera)
- Alcohol % vol 11.0
- Total acidity 6 g/l
- Sugar 18.4 g/l
- pH 3.03
- Total sulfites 75 mg/l
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The 2022 vintage put our vineyards to the test due to extreme drought and high temperatures.
- Amount 8620
- Bottle colour
- Capacity 0.75L
- Typology Bordeaux bottle
- Recycling indications View
Serprino Colli Euganei DOC 2022 shows a pale yellow colour that shines when poured in the glass. It has a fine and persistent effervescence. The bouquet is made of delicate floral notes of lily, acacia, green apple and Williams pear. Each sip is distinguished by a perfect balance among acidity, sapidity and effervescence. Enjoyable and rich.
The history of Serprino in the Euganean Hills
Serprina is the name of the Glera grape in the Euganean Hills. Originally from Istria, this variety has spread widely in the Veneto region. In the Euganean Hills it produces fruity wines with good freshness and flavour, usually sparkling, with an agile and undemanding structure. Excellent for aperitifs or light first courses.
Serprino is a timeless joker at the table for its sparkling aromaticity, integrated in a soft and fresh structure. Delicious when paired with a salmon vol-au-vent or a fine mixed fry, it is the summer wine par excellence to open with ease. Serve chilled at about 6°C.