Albana di Romagna
The Albana di Romagna is an Italian wine the area of Emilie-Romagna equipped with a name DOCG since April 13rd, 1987. Only to DOC. the white wines collected inside the surface of production defined by the decree are entitled. The authorized vineyards are located in the provinces of Bologna, Forlì-Césène and Ravenne in the communes Borgo Tossignano, Casalfiumanese, Castel San Pietro Terme, Dozza, Fontanelice, Castrocaro Terme E Terra del Sole, Longiano, Meldola, Montiano, Roncofreddo, Brisighella, Casola Valsenio and Riolo Terme like partly in the communes Imola, Ozzano dell' Emilia, Césène, Forlì, Forlimpopoli, Savignano sul Rubicone, Castel Bolognese and Faenza.
The surface planted in vine is of 2.150 hectares.
- color : yellow straw
- odor : slightly scented, characteristic with flavors of almond, fishing and citrus fruits
- savor : dryness, harmonic, slightly tannic
The Albana di Romagna is tasted at a temperature of 8 - 10 °C and will keep 1 to 2 years.
Association of dishes advised
ProductionProvince, season, volume in Hectolitre S:
- Bologna (1996/97) 5802,09
- Forlì (1996/97) 7776,74
- Ravenna (1996/97) 4997,77
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