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Sangue di Giuda dell'Oltrepo Pavese is a DOC of southern Lombardy, its vineyards wedged between the river Po and the city of Pavia; Oltrepo Pavese translates roughly to 'Pavia across the Po'. The title exclusively covers red wines made from Barbera, Croatina, Uva Rara, Ughetta (Vespolina) and Pinot Nero (Pinot Noir).
Oltrepo Pavese DOC (meaning Pavia across the Po) is perhaps the most traditional wine zone in Italy’s northernmost region, Lombardy. It is located in close proximity to Milan, and borders the regions Emilia-Romagna and Piedmont. Similar to Piedmont, this area was for centuries under the rule of the House of Savoy. Evidence of its viticultural heritage goes back at least 3000 years – a dated imprint of a cluster of grapes was once found on a sandstone rock in the district.