Bagnoli di Sopra

Bagnoli di Sopra







about this subregion

Nestled in the picturesque Veneto region of northern Italy, the Bagnoli di Sopra DOC  is a wine lover's paradise where tradition and terroir intertwine to produce exceptional wines. This enchanting wine region is characterized by its unique environmental conditions, making it the ideal cradle for cultivating an array of grape varieties.

The Bagnoli di Sopra DOC boasts a diverse landscape that includes rolling hills, fertile plains, and the gentle embrace of the Po River. This geographic diversity contributes significantly to the complex flavors found in the wines produced here. The climate is temperate, with warm summers and mild winters, providing the perfect conditions for grape ripening and flavor development.

Among the most celebrated aspects of Bagnoli di Sopra DOC are its remarkable grape varieties. In the realm of red wines, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Carmenère, Cavrara, Corbina, Merlot, Raboso, Refosco, and Turchetta reign supreme. Each grape brings its unique characteristics to the wines, resulting in a symphony of flavors and aromas.

For those with a preference for white wines, Bagnoli di Sopra DOC offers an equally impressive selection. Garganega, Chardonnay, Friulano, Marzemina Bianca, and Sauvignon Blanc are the leading white grape varieties, crafting wines that are renowned for their crispness, acidity, and distinctive regional traits.

In Bagnoli di Sopra DOC, wine isn't just a product; it's a reflection of the land, climate, and generations of winemaking expertise. Whether you savor a bold red or a refreshing white, each sip is a journey through this enchanting terroir, capturing the essence of a region where tradition and nature harmonize to produce world-class wines.



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Discover Terroir

The Bagnoli di Sopra DOC encompasses the municipalities of Agna, Arre, Bagnoli di Sopra, Battaglia Terme, Candiana, Due Carrare, Cartura, Conselve, Monselice, Pernumia, S. Pietro Viminario, Terrassa, and Tribano, all of which are situated in the province of Padua, in the Veneto wine region. The Consorzio Vini DOC Bagnoli, dedicated to ensuring the quality of the wines from this region, plays a pivotal role in preserving and promoting the rich viticultural heritage of Bagnoli di Sopra DOC.

Bagnoli di Sopra experiences a continental climate with mild winters and hot summers. The area's proximity to the Adriatic Sea moderates temperatures, while the Apennine Mountains shield it from extreme weather. These favorable conditions create an ideal environment for grape cultivation, producing wines with distinctive character and flavor profiles.

Bagnoli di Sopra is known for its diverse soil composition. The sub-region's soils primarily consist of alluvial deposits and clay, enriched with limestone and marl. These soil types offer excellent water retention and drainage properties, providing the ideal foundation for cultivating a wide range of grape varieties.


Most Planted Red Grape Varieties: Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Carmenère, Cavrara, Corbina, Merlot, Raboso, Refosco, Turchetta

Most Planted White Grape Varieties: Garganega, Chardonnay, Friulano, Marzemina Bianca, Sauvignon Blanc

The Bagnoli di Sopra wine region, nestled in the Veneto region of Italy, is renowned for producing both exceptional red and white wines. This area benefits from a continental climate with mild winters and hot summers, as well as a diverse range of soil types, providing an ideal terroir for grape cultivation.

Bagnoli di Sopra is particularly celebrated for its red wines, with a significant emphasis on the indigenous grape variety, Raboso. The Raboso grape thrives in the region's fertile soils, developing into wines that showcase deep red hues and rich, robust flavors. These reds are often described as full-bodied with pronounced tannins and intriguing notes of black fruits, plum, and dark cherry. Their structure and complexity make them suitable for aging, allowing the wines to evolve gracefully over time. In addition to Raboso, red blends and varietals crafted from Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon grapes also demonstrate the winemaking prowess of the region, presenting velvety textures and harmonious fruit-forward profiles.

The Bagnoli di Sopra wine region is equally adept at producing exceptional white wines. Garganega is the predominant grape variety for whites in this area, which is also the principal grape used in the production of Soave wines. These white wines exhibit bright straw colors and enchanting aromas of white flowers, citrus fruits, and almond. They boast a refreshing acidity and a medium body, making them crisp and delightful on the palate. Some wineries may also produce other white varieties, such as Chardonnay and Pinot Bianco, which add further diversity to the white wine offerings.

In conclusion, the Bagnoli di Sopra wine region is a treasure trove of diverse and high-quality wines. Its reds, characterized by the indigenous Raboso grape and other classic varieties, captivate with their depth and aging potential. Meanwhile, its whites, centered around the Garganega grape, dazzle with their freshness and enticing aromatics. Whether one seeks robust reds or elegant whites, the wines from Bagnoli di Sopra promise an exquisite and authentic taste of the Veneto winemaking tradition.