Colli Piacentini

Colli Piacentini

44° 41' 53" N


10° 37' 52" E




about this subregion

Nestled within the enchanting landscapes of Italy's Emilia-Romagna region, the Colli Piacentini sub-region is a breathtaking tableau of rolling hills, verdant vineyards, and a rich viticultural heritage. Painted against the backdrop of the Apennines, this picturesque sub-region is like a canvas brought to life with nature's most vibrant hues.

The environment of Colli Piacentini is a harmonious interplay of climate and topography, making it a cradle for vine cultivation. Gentle breezes caress the slopes, ensuring optimal conditions for grape maturation, while the varied soils infuse each grape variety with a distinct character.

Speaking of grape varieties, Colli Piacentini is a treasure trove. For the red wine aficionado, the region's vineyards boast of Barbera, with its deep color and inviting notes; Cabernet Sauvignon, renowned globally for its deep intensity; Croatina, carrying the elegance of its ruby red shade; and the ever-graceful Pinot Nero. Each red variety carries with it a story, a flavor profile that speaks of Colli Piacentini's age-old wine traditions.

But the allure of Colli Piacentini is not limited to reds. The sub-region also offers an enticing array of whites. From the crispness of Chardonnay to the aromatic allure of Malvasia; from the exotic notes of Marsanne to the sweet symphony of Moscato. There's Ortrugo, a true embodiment of the region's soul, and the ubiquitous Pinot Grigio, Sauvignon Blanc, and Trebbiano, each with its unique tale to tell and flavor to share.

In essence, Colli Piacentini is more than just a sub-region. It is an experience, a journey into Italy's viticultural soul, where every vine, every bottle, and every sip echoes the harmonious dance of nature and tradition.


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Vineyard Hectares



1300 - 1500


Discover Terroir

The DOC Colli Piacentini, located in the Emilia-Romagna wine region, covers wines produced in the extreme east of Emilia-Romagna and borders the cities of Reggio Emilia and Parma.

This region has warm and humid summers, while winters are very cold. In addition, temperatures do not usually drop below -5.5°C or exceed 34.4°C, making the climate ideal for winemaking.

The soils of this DOC are mainly composed of a mixture of clay, sand and sandstone.


Most Planted Red Grape Varieties: Barbera, Cabernet Sauvignon, Croatina, Pinot Nero

Most Planted White Grape Varieties: Chardonnay, Malvasia, Marsanne, Moscato, Ortrugo, Pinot Grigio, Sauvignon Blanc, Trebbiano

In the picturesque wine region of Colli Piacentini, nestled within the enchanting landscapes of Emilia-Romagna, a delightful selection of red and white wines captivate the senses.

Among the most common red wines, Barbera takes center stage. This esteemed grape variety thrives in the region's fertile soils and temperate climate, yielding wines with rich berry flavors and a pleasant acidity. Barbera wines are cherished for their versatility and ability to age gracefully, making them a popular choice among both locals and wine enthusiasts worldwide.

For white wine lovers, Malvasia stands tall as a prominent choice in Colli Piacentini. This aromatic grape variety thrives in the gentle rolling hills, producing white wines with delightful floral aromas and refreshing citrus notes. The wines are celebrated for their vibrant character, offering a perfect accompaniment to light seafood dishes or as a refreshing aperitif.

Both Barbera and Malvasia embody the essence of Colli Piacentini, reflecting the region's rich winemaking tradition and distinctive terroir. The local winemakers' dedication to craftsmanship ensures that each bottle showcases the beauty and soul of this captivating Italian wine region.

As Colli Piacentini wines continue to gain recognition, they beckon wine enthusiasts to explore the wonders of Emilia-Romagna's viticultural treasures. These wines are an irresistible invitation to savor the authentic taste of the region's winemaking prowess.