Romagna, region forming the eastern (coastal) half of Emilia-Romagna, Italy. For the western half see Emilia.

Wine grapes: Romagna’s most important grape is Sangiovese, which surpasses in quantity Trebbiano Romagnolo (the most common white grape variety in Romagna). Pagadebit and Albana, giving rise to DOCG Albana di Romagna (the first ever DOCG white wine of Italy), in the area of Faenza are also locally important white wines. The most important wine producing areas are the hills around Faenza (Colli di Faenza DOC), the hills of Forlì, Cesena and the hills around Rimini (Colli di Rimini DOC, Colli di Imola DOC). Throughout the region, the local vine growing systems of Belussi, alberata Emiliana, pergola Romagnola join the most widespread cordon (spur) and Guyot (cane) training systems

Wines–DOCGAlbana di Romagna or Romagna Albana DOCG. | Colli Bolognesi Pignoletto DOCG.

Wines–DOC: Colli di Faenza DOC. | Colli di Imola DOC. | Romagna DOC.

SourceItalian Wine Unplugged (Positive Press, 2017).