The Colli Berici is a small region stretching 20km south from Vicenza in the Veneto. As the name suggests, it’s made up of a series of hills rising up to 400m. These fossil-rich, limestone hills were once part of an ancient tropical seabed, but as they were forced upwards they became exposed to the process of erosion.
Six reds from the Colli Berici
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