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 “Crafted from the ancient Raboso grape that is native to our region, Malanotte is a style of wine that almost died out. My friends at Casa Roma winery kept a passion for this remarkably rich and complex red, one of the longest maturing of any Italian wines, and they have helped in its resurrection – a story that seems very fitting when they retell the legend of Malanotte being the wine Jesus shared at the Last Supper!"

 PRODUCED BY: Azienda Agricola Casa Roma


Raboso Piave







Serve at

Preferably decant for service – drinking best from now and through 2030. Serve at 16-18 °C.


6.5 g/l

Tasting notes

This wine presents an intriguing bouquet of red fruits – from blackberry to keri-berry, dark plum and black currant; other aromas include wood spice, toast, tar, brown sugar and smoke. On the palate – dry, firm, plenty of tannins engage and challenge the senses and in typical Italian fashion dominate and demand food; plenty of acidity then fruit flavours that match the nose. Weighty and quite meaty, with a lengthy and fairly concentrated finish.

Food pairing

Red meat, game, chocolate, aged cheeses

Area of production

The production area of D.O.C.G. "Malanotte del Piave" is centered on the Piave river that goes through almost all the plain of the province of Treviso and the eastern part of the province of Venice. The name of the wine comes from the Borgo Malanotte, a medieval village in Treviso.

Production process

At least 15% but not more than 30% of the grapes undergo the process of appassimento, which is the process of drying out the grapes before being pressed. After pressing, the grapes are pressed and the juice together with the skins is left to ferment and macerate for 15 days. Ageing occurs in large oak barrels for 24 months and 12 months in the bottle.

Fun facts

Piave Malanotte is a DOCG appellation for well-structured red wines that come from Treviso and Venezia. The blend must be made with at least 70% Raboso Piave, the most prolific and esteemed regional grape, and a maximum of 30% of Raboso Veronese. Malanotte gained recognition as DOCG in 2011.

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