Produced entirely from our own grapes, utilizing principally selections of Sangiovese Grosso, a Sangiovese with a larger berry, the wine represents the entry level of the Zerbina estate’s red wine production. It has nonetheless received a certain amount of recognition from critics. The fermentation is shorter and less intense than that used for the better selections, as Ceregio is conceived as a wine suitable to be drunk young even if, in certain vintages, it can last and improve for 5-6 years.  

GRAPES: Sangiovese
FERMENTATION: in medium-sized stainless steel tanks with 10-15 days of skin contact

AGING: in medium-sized stainless steel and cement tanks
AVERAGE PRODUCTION: 100,000 bottles
VINTAGES PRODUCED: every year since 1971



Vini d’Italia - Gambero Rosso / Slow Food: 2 bicchieri - Ceregio 2007 best buy, Ceregio 2008 (2 bicchieri rossi), Ceregio 2009
Guida Oro - Veronelli Editore (Daniel Thomases-Gigi Brozzoni): Ceregio 2006 87/100, Ceregio 2007 89/100
I Vini d’Italia - L’Espresso: Ceregio 2009 - 14,5/20
The Wine Advocate - Robert M. Parker Jr: Ceregio 2003 - 85/100, Ceregio 2006 - 88/100; Ceregio 2008 - 88/100
Wine Enthusiast (Monica Larner): Ceregio 2004 - 85/100
Oscar Qualità/Prezzo - Almanacco del Bere Bene  Gambero Rosso: Ceregio 2000, 2001 e 2002
Bere Bene Low Cost: Ceregio 2008 e 2009

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