In the area where the first morainic hills arise, red wines of considerable depth and power are also obtained and Ronchedone is the absolute proof of this. Strongly desired from the moment in which there was the sensation that some areas and some microclimates were suitable for obtaining a wine like this.
Marzemino, Sangiovese and 10% Cabernet make it a wine that cannot go unnoticed. The nose is very rich with notes of red fruits, macerated blueberries, cherries in alcohol, balsamic and jam hints. On the palate it is powerful and incisive, clean, savory, with a nice acidity, a sign of the Benacense soil.