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Rebola is the name of the Pignoletto grape variety, which has been widespread in the Rimini area for centuries.
The earliest documents, dating back to 1378, call it 'Ruibola or Greco', as it was a grape variety from the Hellenic area, having similarities with grapes still called Greco or Grechetto found in some Italian regions.
Recently, however, research has verified the origin and identity of this grape with Pignoletto in the Colli Bolognesi and Grechetto typical of Umbria.
This grape produces a delicious, fruity and velvety wine that is not eager for special pairings, it is capable of both acquiring complexity and delighting the palate without tiring in the passito version.
The main characteristics of this wine are:
-the colour certainly varies from straw yellow in the dry type to amber in the passito;
-a delicately fruity aroma and a harmonious, pleasant flavour with different nuances depending on whether it is dry, sweet or passito.
It is said that this wine must be a thief as its freshness seems to have been stolen from a night dew and from one of the first rays of sunlight that can be seen at dawn.
In short, perfect for any occasion, it goes perfectly with the panorama that can be enjoyed from the top of the hills of our Riviera!