Malbech (Malbec), most commonly associated with France and Argentina, is also grown in Italy. The grape was introduced to Italy from France in the early 19th century. The lower temperatures in Italy compared to Argentina create a bright wine that's leathery with flavours of black plum and savoury acidity. The finish is reminiscent of black pepper and spice.
The Carboncine estate sits on an ancient site which, legend has it, used to be a stopover for the Templar Knights on their way to or from Venice. Castello Carboncine is run by sisters Isabella and Susanna, who are proudly continuing the traditional wine-making style of the Treviso area. Their passion and efforts culminated in securing the IGT Marca Trevigiana for most of their wines as well as one DOC.
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