The Campo Rotaliano is a well-demarcated geographical area, a sort of recess of the Adige Valley tucked between the mountains. Its history and origin are closely tied to the Noce River, which, over the centuries, has deposited huge quantities of limestone, granite and porphyry debris.
Grapevines and pomegranates have the same origins and are typical of the Mediterranean region. The pomegranate also has the same charm, beauty and intensity of the grape.
“Granato” is inspired by this ideal blend, an especially concentrated and dense Teroldego
whose roots plunge deep in the stones of three different vineyards of the Campo Rotaliano.