The winemaking tradition of Lombardy dates back to its settlement by Greeks from Athens along the Po river. The region is known particularly for its sparkling wines made in the Franciacorta and Oltrepò Pavese areas. Lombardy also produces still red, white and rosé wines made from a variety of local and international grapes including Nebbiolo wines in the Valtellina region, Trebbiano di Lugana white wines produced with the Chiaretto style rosé along the shores of Lake Garda.

Parolvini Sangue di Giuda

The Sangue di Giuda has an intense ruby red body with fresh fruit and spices mingling on the palate. A persistent and sweet taste that is known for its aphrodisiac effects.

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Parolvini Moscato

The Parolvini Moscato is fresh and fragrant with bright and floral aromas that give way to flavors of ripe stone fruit, tangerines, and honey. It is concentrated and flavorful, but not overly rich or heavy. It is sweetly balanced.

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