The art, the history, the culture of Romagna are above all passion and love for this land, which goes from the sea to the hills.
It is precisely in these hills, that you can admire the spectacular silver-gray ridge of the Chalk Vein area (which act as a barrier to cold winds), and with the shape of an amphitheater of the valley, they make an ideal microclimate for growing both native vineyards and valuable oil. The mild climate and the herbs growing between the cracks donate perfumes and unique flavors to the wines, which just that owe to these factors their value and their peculiarities.
In the hills of Riolo Terme lay the vineyards: native grapes such as the Albana (first DOCG in Italy) and the Sangiovese, and the international grapes such as Merlot and Cabernet. The climate (facing south-west), the characteristics of the soil (clay type, of medium texture, rich in limestone and potassium) and finally the wisdom in viticulture for creating wine that are generous, soft, lovely, match perfectly with the underwater aging of Tenuta Del Paguro.
The wines that come from the hills of Romagna have organoleptic unmistakable features. The passion for the land of the wine growers, the properties of the earth and the sun are the secrets that set them apart from everyone else. This bond of elements creates the harmony and roundness of flavor that make them become the Pagurus, the Homarus, the Nephrops and the Squilla Mantis.