Tenuta Colombarda S.r.l. Societa Agricola

Via Rio Acqua 140, 47023 San Vittore - FC
Italy
Telephone +39 0547 663688
Fax +39 0547 663688
colombarda@colombarda.it

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ProWein 2018 hall map (Hall 15): stand D71

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Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.01  Europe
  • 01.01.09  Italy
  • 01.01.09.06  Emilia-Romagna

Our products

Product category: Emilia-Romagna

Pagadebit

This extremely enjoyable wine is exclusively made from Bombino Bianco grapes.

The nose boasts floral aromas like rose, magnolia, jasmine and honeysuckle, as well as green notes of bay leaf and aromatic herbs. The delicate fruit rounds out the nose of our Pagadebit.

The palate is fresh, dynamic, and pleasantly well-paced. There is a savory note that lingers on the palate.

Pairs well with sushi, fish and cold cuts.

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Product category: Emilia-Romagna

Dioniso

We wanted to combine Cabernet and Merlot in a single label.

Vinified in stainless steel, and aged shortly in large casks.

Dioniso is an especially perfumed wine.

For the nose, we sought to create harmony between fruit and wood, which subtly enhances it. Aromas of blackcurrants and blackberries are easy to find. There is also a light jammy note and undertones of black pepper and tobacco, with a finish of blackcurrant buds and cedar wood.

The palate has a medium body and is soft with refined tannins and pleasant, well-paced freshness. Its savoriness prolongs the pleasure of each sip.

It can be paired with red meat, especially roasts, game and aged cheese.

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Product category: Emilia-Romagna

Sangiovese

Our Sangiovese reflects our local philosophy, as do all our wines.

The grapes are chosen in the vineyard, hand-harvested and immediately taken to the winery where they go through further selection. A long maceration on the skins takes place, and then it is racked and placed in stainless steel tanks.

A Sangiovese with fine tannins and a subtle hint of citrus.

It is very satisfying even if enjoyed at (55 °F) 13 °C, perfect for those who love red wine as an aperitif.

On the palate, the wine is rich, with fruity aromas, heightened by vinification in stainless steel. Aromas of blackberry, strawberry, black cherry, plum and currant. Spicy notes of black pepper and floral hints of violet and iris.

The palate is pleasantly fresh, with fine tannins.

A truly pleasing wine that can be paired with fine meats, roasts, semi-aged cheese, eggs, cold cuts, and intricate pasta and risotto dishes.

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About us

Company details

Tenuta Colombarda dates back to the second half of the nineteenth century, and is located in the hills north of Cesena, close to Bertinoro, between Paderno and San Vittore. Currently, it includes three properties for a total of fifty hectares (123 acres) of vineyards, olive groves and woods. The twenty-three hectares (fifty-seven acres) of vineyards follow DOC (Controlled Designation of Origin) guidelines and face mostly south and southwest, making for quality grapes with a good yield (90-100 quintals/hectare), also thanks to clay and tuff soil and a high vine density.

In the Forties, thanks to Ca. Aldo Domeniconi (pro-tempore owner of the family company), the winery was created so they could personally vinify the grapes the family raised.

As time passed, the initial equipment was slowly replaced with more modern machines: the resulting wine was intended as a combination of technology and tradition, giving the consumer a healthy, genuine and high-quality product.

In this regard, Tenuta Colombarda has for many years been part of a small, select group of Italian companies that participate in the “Du Pont Global Quality Project.” It is a multi-year commitment aimed at monitoring and limiting pesticide usage in the vineyards, followed by strict testing (certified by public laboratories) for the possible chemical residue left in the wines released to the consumer.

Over the last ten years, special attention has been given to converting abandoned, run-down hilly terrain to arable land thus “rescuing” it from erosion and using, among other things, important irrigation and farming systems. Currently, direct descendants of Cavalier Domeniconi – the Dionigi and Agostini families – own Tenuta Colombarda.

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