large production of this region is divided between Emilia, the western
part, where sparkling wines are preferred, and the Romagna, the part to the
east, where the preference is to still wines.
Among the white grapes of Emilia: Ortrugo, Pignoletto and Malvasia di Candia. Red
grapes, with the exception of Barbera and Croatina used for wine
production Gutturnio, belong primarily to the large family of
Lambrusco, which produces the famous wine of the same name, which is
mainly produced in version
Romagna, where still wines are preferred, we find, among the white
grapes, the Albana, the most famous grape of the area, Trebbiano
Romagnolo and Bombino Bianco, which here is called Pagadebit.
Sangiovese is the main red grape of the region which joins Cagnina, name by which it is known in the Romagna Terrano grapes.