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Summer is fading away, and for most people around the globe, this is a good thing. This was the warmest year on record globally, and we spent it quenching our thirsts with rose and pinot gris and waiting for the sun to go down and a cool breeze to bring relief. Fall brings a welcomed change, especially for red wine enthusiasts. As we emerge from the late summer blues and transform our wardrobes and perspectives, the medicine many of us crave is to share a rich, hearty meal with friends and imbibe in the velvety crimson goodness of a nice merlot or cab.  So, look no further because Bosco del Merlo Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot Riserva are the perfect wine to put in you glass to kick off the Fall Season.

Bosco del Merlo – Cabernet Sauvignon ‘Nono Miglio’ DOC

Pure bred Cabernet Sauvignon, an international grape variety that has found its ideal habitat in Eastern Veneto. A rich, fruity and intense bouquet. In tasting it expresses great character with its breadth of body and persistence. Annone Veneto takes its name from the ninth milestone placed on the Strada Consolare Postumia: ‘ad nonum lapidem’. With the name of this wine we have evoked the ancient origins of our land.

A farmer at Albet I Noya carries a basket of grapes across their vineyard
A farmer at Albet I Noya carries a basket of grapes across their vineyard

Bosco del Merlo – Merlot Campo Camino DOC

A single varietal, single vineyard reserve Merlot from one of the best winemaking terroirs in Italy? When you add in a world-class winemaking team and a rigorous clonal selection process, there isn’t much more to say (but we’ll try). Production loads are intensely reduced in efforts to find exemplary grapes that can handle the lengthy skin macerations required for the wine to gain its structure. The vineyard’s name, “Campo Camino” evokes the high chimney of the old-brick furnace located just outside its boundaries. Only a fiery passion can birth this wine.


 EQUALITAS Sustainability Certification

Casa Paladin pursues an ambitious mission: to be guided by the principle of sustainability in every area in which it operates.  Respect for the Vine, safeguard the Ecosystem, production of sustainable Wine and Social corporate sustainability: these are the actions implemented every day to make a positive contribution to the system around us, from the productive area to the social one. Click on image below to learn more about, Equalitas Sustainability Certication, an internationally recognized standard for sustainable wine, which examines 3 different business areas: social, environmental and economic.

A farmer at Albet I Noya carries a basket of grapes across their vineyard

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