This wine was born about in 2005, from the idea that it is not always necessary to drink a complex, structured wine, but that simplicity and agreability are perfect characteristics for certain lighthearted or relaxing occasions.

Hence the name Oddone, borrowed from an 11th century character from Bertinoro, who loved wine and fun. The label bears the “colonna Delle anella” (the column of rings), ancient symbol of Bertinoro’s hospitality.

Denomination:  Romagna Sangiovese Superiore DOC

Vineyards:  grapes come from vineyards owned

Vine growing: 5.000 vines per hectare, cordon spur trained

Grape variety: 100% Sangiovese, 10-20 years old on average

Altitude: 100-200 metres above sea level

Exposure: south-east, west

Harvesting: from early September after a careful selection in the vineyards

Yield: 6.000 l per hectare

Vinification:  alcoholic  fermentation  in  stainless  steel  vats  under controlled temperature with repeated crushing for 10 – 14 days

Maturation: entirely in steel        

Refining:  in bottle for at least 3 months

Production:  24.000 bottles Organoleptic features: ruby-red colour, with pleasant notes of red fruit (cherries) and flowery notes of violet. Intense and persistent, it shows freshness and a distinct nose