The grapes are selected from low-yielding vineyards in the respective areas of production: Corvina from the heart of the Valpolicella Classico region in the province of Verona, northern Italy; Primitivo from the Salento area, in Puglia, southern Italy; Barbera from the province of Pavia, in Lombardy, northern Italy; Nebbiolo from the prized Langhe area of Piedmont, northern Italy; Montepulciano from the province of Pescara, in the Abruzzo region of central Italy; Aglianico from the province of Avellino, in the Campania region of southern Italy; Sangiovese from the province of Florence, in Tuscany, central Italy.
Sette Vigne has an intense dark red color. The aroma recalls cocoa, dark fruit, spices and roasted coffee beans. In the mouth it is full bodied yet subtle, velvety, elegant and incredibly layered. The finish is full of spiciness and soft tannins, long and lingering. Best served decanted and at room temperature. It is perfect with grilled and roasted meats, game dishes and strong cheeses.