about this subregion

In the heart of Italy, where rolling hills meet sun-kissed landscapes, one finds the Reno DOC – a wine region that embodies the harmonious balance of nature's bounty with centuries-old traditions. The environment here tells a story, a tale as old as time, etched in every vine and whispered with every rustling leaf.

Imagine for a moment the gentle caress of the Mediterranean breeze, waltzing through verdant rows of vines, each one deeply rooted in rich, fertile soils. The climate, influenced by both maritime and continental nuances, offers an ideal backdrop for the cultivation of grapes that reflect the region's unique terroir. Sunlit days give way to cooler nights, ensuring that the grapes develop a complexity of flavors while retaining their intrinsic freshness and acidity.

But it's the region's star performers, the white grape varieties, that truly captivate the senses. Albana, with its floral allure and hints of apricot and almonds, shines brightly in the Reno DOC's vineyards. Grechetto, another jewel in the crown, brings forth notes of green apple and citrus, encapsulating the spirit of Mediterranean orchards.

Montù, a lesser-known but equally enchanting variety, adds depth with its crisp and mineral-driven character. And then there's Trebbiano, the most versatile of the quartet, lending its light and lively profile to create wines that dance on the palate, echoing the region's vibrant energy.

Together, these grapes craft a symphony of flavors, each note a testament to Reno DOC's exceptional environment. The wines produced here are not just beverages, but stories - tales of a land that cherishes its roots, celebrates its diversity, and continuously evolves, all while staying true to its essence.

In Reno DOC, the environment isn't just a backdrop; it's the heartbeat, the soul, and the muse behind every bottle. And for anyone fortunate enough to savor its wines, it's an invitation to embark on a sensory journey, one that meanders through the very essence of this Italian wonderland.


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Discover Terroir

The Reno DOC, located in the Emilia-Romagna wine region, covers the wines that are produced in the flat area that separates Bologna and Imola, between the Lambrusco production area and the Romagna DOC.

The climate of this region is markedly continental. For this reason, summers are hot, while winters are cold. For this reason, there is a good temperature difference between winter and summer, which helps the grapes to ripen better.

Regarding the region's soils, they are strongly influenced by the Reno river, close to the region. Therefore, they are alluvial.


Most Planted White Grape Varieties: Albana, Grechetto, Montù, Trebbiano

The Reno DOC region, nestled in a picturesque landscape, boasts two exquisite wines that captivate wine enthusiasts far and wide. The most common white and sparkling wines from this area showcase the region's rich viticultural heritage.

The white wine from Reno DOC mesmerizes with its pale straw hue and delicate aromas. On the nose, it reveals an alluring bouquet, blending subtle floral notes with hints of orchard fruits. The palate delights in its crisp and refreshing character, making it an excellent complement to a variety of dishes and an ideal choice for warm gatherings.

On the other hand, the sparkling wine from Reno DOC enchants with its effervescence and vibrant liveliness. Pale gold in color, it offers a delightful dance of bubbles. Aromas of fresh fruits tantalize the senses, while the palate revels in its playful zest and a perfect balance of sweetness and acidity. This sparkling wine adds a touch of celebration to any occasion and leaves a lasting impression on the palate.

Both wines from Reno DOC are a testament to the region's winemaking prowess, with each sip reflecting the dedication of local producers to preserve the authenticity of the terroir. Whether sipped alone or shared with loved ones, these wines transport wine enthusiasts to the idyllic vineyards of Reno DOC, offering an unforgettable taste of the region's warmth and conviviality.