The art of “good drinking” in Cesenatico

The Sangiovese grapes

When you are on holiday in Cesenatico you know that there is only one true King with whom – and to whom – to drink: Sangiovese. A red wine of ancient origin, probably Etruscan, with an intense ruby color, towards garnet in shade, which after a long aging also takes on orange tones.

We’ll reveal a little fact to you – it takes its name from Monte Giove near Santarcangelo di Romagna. Right here, in fact, the vine has given and still gives us its best fruits. A toast, then, to the “blood of Jupiter”.

Aromas of Sangiovese

The Sangiovese grape has aromas of red and black fruits, in particular black cherry, blackberry, plum, currant, cherry, raspberry, strawberry and blueberry. Given its aging in oak barrels, spicy aromas are also evident.

When you arrive in Romagna, let the “Compass of Sangiovese” show you the way! A journey through wineries and firms run by passionate producers, with whom you’ll discover family stories and who you can be sure will bring only the best vintage Sangiovese, Superior and Reserve to your palate. Leaving a small space for the other wines of the Romagna area, such as Albana and Pagadebit, as well.

Tour through the wineries of Romagna

Which wineries should you visit from Cesenatico? Cantine Spalletti Colonna in Savignano sul Rubicone; San Lorenzo in Scanno in Longiano; Hill of the Poets in Santarcangelo di Romagna; Casa Zanni in Verucchio; Villa Venti in Roncofreddo; Campodelsole and Fattoria Paradiso in Bertinoro; Condè in Fiumana di Predappio; Leone Conti Winery in Brisighella; Braschi Winery in Mercato Saraceno; San Valentino in Rimini; Case Marcosanti in Poggio Berni.

A tour that lets you taste the authentic products of the area and visit art villages of eternal beauty.