Maurizio Vallona's wines have the characteristic of being extremely personalized, however they are fruit of a very precise intepretation of the territory, in fact the Bologna hills territory is renown both for its so called international vines (cultivated in the area for several decades) and its autochthonous grapes such as Pignoletto which is exclusive to the area.
As regards Sauvignon, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot Vallona manages to obtain, with these grapes, the same quality as he does from his monovariety.
But also with the autochthonous grapes he manages to astonish.
From the still white "Pignoletto Classico" from the rich aromatic taste which is not detrimental to its elegance and the expedient notes of freshness and sapidity.
The "Pignoletto Vivace" (sparkling Pignoletto) is also extremely pleasant, a fruity and flowery bouquet, sapid with the typical bitterish taste.
But the champion is "Permartina" Pignoletto, grapes with a little "Riesling Renano" made from late harvest grapes, an almost "Alsatian" wine, rich, exotic, soft" with the right structure in order to sustain an impartial seductive taste.