Here’s the newborn Casè “Tre Vie”! It is the still version of CasèRosso: in this case, the refermentation does not take place in the bottle, the wine remains still, featuring a smoother taste with scents of red fruits.
Why “Tre Vie” (“Three Roads”)? It was the Roman name of the nearby village of Travo (“Trivia”), referring probably to the crossing of the road going from Piacenza to the Ligurian sea with the road from Pavia to Tuscany.
The name can also remind the three ways of making this traditional wine from Bonarda and Barbera grapes: sparkling, semi-sparkling, and still.