Cantina Valtidone

The journey started more than fifty years ago, in 1966. The Cantina Valditone was born in Borgonovo, at the centre of Val Tidone and the heart of the Colli Piacentini D.O.C. region.

Since 1966 passion and innovation tell a story of wines that are always new but with ancient flavours. In the heart of Val Tidone, immersed in the hills of Piacenza, just 60 kilometres from Milan, the cooperative Cantina Valtidone works and transforms the grapes of its 220 members and sells the wine that is obtained. Cantina Valtidone takes care of the bunch of grapes from the vineyard to preserve the organoleptic qualities of the product right on the table, thus giving life to excellent “Vini Piacentini”.

Grapes

Wines

Red

  • “Julius” Gutturnio Superiore DOC
  • “Bollo Rosso” Gutturnio Riserva DOC
  • “Rosso 40”
  • “Domina” Bonarda DOC
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