Colli Romagna Centrale

Colli Romagna Centrale

44° 17' 8'' N


11° 52' 59'' E




about this subregion

Nestled within the heart of Italy lies the enchanting sub-region of Colli Romagna Centrale, a place where nature and viticulture dance in harmonious rhythm. Embraced by rolling hills and serenaded by gentle breezes, this area paints a picturesque vision of undulating landscapes drenched in the sun's golden embrace.

The environment of Colli Romagna Centrale is one that seems to have been meticulously designed for the vines that call it home. With a perfect blend of temperate climate, rich soil, and an inherent respect for the land, this sub-region offers the ideal backdrop for grape cultivation. It's not just the physical environment that sets this place apart; there’s a palpable sense of tradition and passion, echoing through the vineyards and felt in every drop of wine produced here.

Among the vast array of grape varieties grown, some truly stand out due to their prominence and the exceptional wines they produce. On the red side of the spectrum, Sangiovese, with its robust character and deep flavors, takes a prominent stance. It is accompanied by the likes of Barbera, known for its vibrant acidity; Cabernet Sauvignon, with its structured and full-bodied profile; Merlot, celebrated for its lush softness; and Montepulciano, a grape that introduces a harmonious balance of fruit and tannin.

However, it isn't just the reds that bask in Colli Romagna Centrale's splendor. The region is equally blessed with an array of elegant white grape varieties. Malvasia stands out with its fragrant aroma and refreshing taste, while Bombino Bianco offers a delicate and nuanced profile. The internationally revered Chardonnay, Pinot Bianco, and Sauvignon Blanc find their unique expressions here, enriched by the region’s specific terroir. And then there’s Trebbiano, an Italian classic, known for producing wines that are both aromatic and versatile.

Colli Romagna Centrale is more than just a wine-producing region; it's a testament to Italy's rich winemaking heritage, an ode to the land and its bounties. When you pour a glass of wine from this sub-region, you're not just tasting a beverage; you're imbibing centuries of history, tradition, and the spirit of a land that knows how to celebrate life.


vinerra illustration

Vineyard Hectares



1500 - 1800


Discover Terroir

The DOC Colli Romagna Centrale, located in the Emilia-Romagna wine region, covers wines produced in the area bordered to the north by Colli di Faenza and to the south by Ravenna.

The region's warm and dry climate is Mediterranean, moderated by the Adriatic's refreshing breezes. As a result, summers are dry and hot, while winters are cooler. For this reason, there are significant temperature variations between winter and summer.

The soil is composed of limestone, which gives it good porosity. In addition, the soils have good acidity and are rich in minerals.


Most Planted Red Grape Varieties: Barbera, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Montepulciano, Sangiovese

Most Planted White Grape Varieties: Malvasia, Bombino Bianco, Chardonnay, Pinot Bianco, Sauvignon Blanc, Trebbiano

In the charming Colli Piacentini wine region, nestled amidst the picturesque landscapes of Emilia-Romagna, a delightful array of red and white wines enchants wine enthusiasts.

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.