Cantina Paladin embodies the desire to create a series of bottles with a low environmental impact and capable of making you savor all the qualities of these territories.
One of the most important productions is Merlot, one of the finest Bordeaux vines and whose cultivation is widespread in many suitable wine-growing areas.
In Eastern Veneto, where, due to the nature of the land and the climatic conditions, the vine is able to reach high levels of excellence.
Paladin has carefully selected the clones best suited to his terroir and created a very pleasant and inviting Merlot, a great classic of his territory.
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Presenta un profumo intenso, vinoso, con piacevoli sentori di violetta e frutta rossa matura.
Il sapore è asciutto, molto armonico, di grande equilibrio piacevolmente tannico.
Il Merlot Paladin è il classico vino da tutto pasto, che trova facili abbinamenti con primi piatti ai sughi di pomodoro o ragù di carne, con secondi come arrosti, bolliti misti, nonché salumi e formaggi di media stagionatura.
0,75 L Standard
IGT Delle Venezie
Annone Veneto (VE)
La fermentazione avviene con macerazione sulle bucce ad una temperatura di 24 °C per estrarre dalle bucce iln colore ed i profumi più freschi e fragranti.
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Passion, research, dedication and respect for traditions: these are the main values pursued by Paladin Family since the companys foundation in 1962 by Valentino who followed his grandfathers marks. Carlo, Lucia and Roberto brought energies and enthusiasm with the aim of producing excellent, typical wines while respecting the family traditions.
Paladin vineyards, which look like beautiful gardens, are immersed in the harmonious rural landscape recalling ancient traditions and cultures.
The estate extends between Eastern Veneto and Friuli with almost 100 hectares of green vineyards. This is a territory in which viticulture and enology enjoy an ancient and renowned tradition.
In this area the love for wine and viticulture date back at least to the Roman age: in the first century a.d. Plinio used to describe this rich area as a wide vineyard and used to describe the ships which, full of wine amphoras, sailed from the Adriatic ports to Rome. Centuries later, the Republic of Venice used to import the noble drink, object of trade exchanges all over its dominion.
Finds testifying the ancient production of wine in this territory were found in our vineyards in Lison.