The Veneto

Native Vines:


• Corvina
• Raboso


• Garganega
• Glera (Prosecco)
Important Wines
• Amarone della Valpolicella
• Prosecco Superiore
• Soave
• Pinot Grigio
• Bardolino
• Valpolicella
• Raboso del Piave
• Colli Berici Tai Rosso
• Colli Euganei Rosso
• Breganze Rosso


The drivers of Venetian wine have long been Soave and Valpolicella, more recently they have been joined by Prosecco and Pinot Grigio.  There is an emerging confidence, largely founded on the world-class wines of Amarone and Soave.

There are many terroir of real significance in the Veneto and pockets of winemakers who are worth seeking out; Zonta (Due Santi) in Bassano del Grappa (Breganze DOC) are fantastic, the Raboso and Sauvignon of the Piave is unique, the Tai rosso from Piovene Porto Godi in Colli Berici is particularly good and the Muscat passito (Fior d’Arancio) and spumante from the Colli Euganei is irresistible. 


our Veneto selection by Winemaker / Estate...


Bat and Bottle is Emma and me, there are no teams of copywriters or agencies helping us out and we are constantly limited by time.  For excellent sources of information go to my blog where I have embedded useful links.  These scribblings are personal and flawed. 



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  1. Conte Emo. La Montecchia 'Ca Emo' 2014

    Dried Raboso grapes have been added to the assemblage releasing an element of raucous joy.  Deep, damson laced red with fig and caramel flavours, soft inviting and open, an absolute pleasure

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  2. Conte Emo. Capodilista 'Ireneo' 2009

    Very pure cassis, very old school, pepper and spice and the gentlest of measures.  A complex and elegant wine, light on tannins.  Warm and well rounded.

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  3. Marco Sambin. Marcus 2011

     The wine has a Mediterranean feel, Huge, mouth filling berry fruit, laced with strawberry and balsamic nuance.  A complex and finely structured red. If pushed for a comparison I would sit it somewhere between Pomerol and Bolgheri.

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