The Oltrepò Pavese is the third most important Doc area in Italy.
The Doc includes a significant number of types of wine including, Bonarda, Buttafuoco, Sangue di Giuda, Riesling, Pinot Nero and the aromatic Moscato.
But the Oltrepò it is not just a wine country. As often happens in Italy, artistic beauty, landscape, typical products and a great gastronomic tradition coexist here.
The Oltrepò Pavese is a predominantly hilly area of the province of Pavia of about 1000 square kilometers, which owes its name to its geographical position south of the Po river, in the northern Apennines, a territory morphologically very similar to that belonging to Emilia
- 280 m slm
- Cultivated Variety
- Bonarda, Riesling
- Dry/winter and ventilated/summer.
- Clayey and calcareous, arenaceous.