Leonardo in 1502 spent six months of his life in Romagna. Following his journey, 1502 Da Vinci in Romagna is the line dedicated to the wines of the best Romagna vineyards produced following the indications of the Metodo Leonardo. A special tour in five cities, which touches places full of beauty: the one that Leonardo captured in the drawings made at each stage of his journey and shown on the labels.

Rocca di Cesena - Sangiovese Superiore Riserva

The quality of Sangiovese from the Romagna region is truly exceptional: rich and soft aromas are a reflection of the beauty of both the natural environment and of the farmers who Leonardo so admired during his visit of 1502.

Uve portate a Cesena - Sangiovese Appassimento

During his journey across the region of Romagna in 1502, Leonardo observed and then painted the grapes of Cesena, which dried thanks to an ingenious hanging system. This same technique helps the grapes to achieve the concentration of flavour which is at the heart of the exceptional richness of this wine.

Portocanale di Cesenatico - Sangiovese Rosato

A full-bodied Rosé, with a crisp, fruity aroma. The combination of cherry and floral notes result in a harmonious and smooth wine.Sangiovese grapes are picked by hand and mechanically during the first fifteen days of September.

Duomo di Faenza - Trebbiano Romagna

A modern interpretation of Trebbiano: fragrant, floral notes and a softness emblematic of the white flag of Romagna. Trebbiano grapes are picked by both hand and mechanically, starting from the second half of September.

Mappa di Imola - Pignoletto Spumante Brut

A fragant, fuity floral nose with gentle sparkle on the palate, this silky soft Charmat is made from the finest Pignoletto grapes from Romagna.Pignoletto grapes suitable for sparkling wine production are picked both by hand and mechanically from late August to early September.

The purchase of wine was regularly noted by Leonardo in his shopping list, perhaps next to his incomparable multi-volumetric drawings and definitive marks.

As compensation for his supreme masterpiece, The Last Supper, on April 26, 1499 Leonardo received a gift from Ludovico il Moro: the ownership of a vineyard located a few steps from the church where he created the Last Supper. Leonardo's vineyard in Milan is in fact, as the crow flies, around 300 meters from the wall of the Santa Maria delle Grazie refectory, also painted by Leonardo.

It is thanks to his wine that Leonardo's greatest and most enlightening treasures are found: his humanity, his spirit, his soul, height, depth and sublime sensibility.