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about this subregion

Nestled in the vibrant heart of Italy, the Gutturnio sub-region is a canvas painted with nature's most mesmerizing hues. Rolling hills blanketed in emerald green, stretching vineyards, and the subtle shimmer of sunlight; Gutturnio's environment is poetry in motion.

Gutturnio's climatic nuances and rich soils bring forth not only breathtaking landscapes but also the essence of its vinous treasures. Amidst its lush environment, two stars rise, intertwining in an intricate dance: Barbera and Bonarda. These red grape varieties, the champions of the Gutturnio terrain, have laid their roots deep into the region's culture and its terroir.

Barbera, with its vivacious character, brings forth wines with a zesty acidity and bright cherry notes, singing tales of ancient vineyard practices. On the other hand, Bonarda, a grape variety synonymous with generosity, lends wines their lush body, darker fruit essence, and a soft touch of elegance.

Together, these grape varieties weave the liquid tapestry that is Gutturnio wine - a testament to the region's commitment to preserving nature's bounty and crafting wines that echo the heartbeat of its land. Every bottle from this sub-region is not just a drink, but a journey through the pristine environment and deep-rooted traditions of Gutturnio.


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Vineyard Hectares



1400 - 1600


Discover Terroir

The Gutturnio DOC covers wines produced from the border between Lombardy and Emilia-Romagna, which coincides with the northern slopes of the Ligurian Apennines, to the border with Piacenza and Parma.

The region's climate is temperate and receives a lot of sunshine and refreshing winds. This makes it ideal for winemaking.

The soils of Gutturnio are mainly calcareous and clayey


Most Planted Red Grape Varieties: Barbera, Bonarda

Gutturnio DOC, a gem from the Emilia-Romagna region of Italy, is a captivating red wine that exemplifies the artistry of winemaking in the area. This esteemed appellation showcases a traditional blend of two grape varieties: Barbera and Bonarda (Croatina).

The resulting wine is a harmonious marriage of flavors, offering a lively and fruit-forward profile. On the palate, Gutturnio delights with its rich red berry notes, complemented by hints of spice and a touch of earthiness. Its medium-bodied structure and balanced acidity make it a versatile choice, pairing splendidly with a range of dishes from pasta to grilled meats.

Gutturnio DOC wines embody the authentic essence of the region, reflecting its heritage and dedication to quality winemaking. Steeped in tradition, these wines have earned a special place in the hearts of both locals and wine enthusiasts around the world.

With each sip, Gutturnio encapsulates the warm embrace of the Italian countryside, transporting one to the picturesque hills of Emilia-Romagna. As this cherished wine continues to captivate palates, it invites connoisseurs to experience the timeless allure of its centuries-old legacy.