A notable Italian red wine

Due Santi Rosso is made from Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot grapes grown on the Eugene Constantin Campus of the University of Dallas just outside of Rome. 

The ancient soils and hillside orientation coupled with the maritime breeze create an extraordinary growing environment for these classic grape varieties.

a unique opportunity to support ud

UD is the only school in America to bottle and sell a wine produced on its campus. Purchasing Due Santi Rosso creates a unique connection to UD. 

Proceeds from Due Santi Rosso benefit both the Eugene Constantin Campus outside of Rome and the Irving campus in Texas.


Money back guarantee

If you're unhappy with your wine, we'll refund 100% of your purchase, including shipping. No questions asked. Hundreds of UD alumni love Due Santi Rosso, and we're confident you will too. 

2016 Due Santi Rosso

The 2016 Due Santi Rosso is our best wine made thus far on the Rome campus. The blend is 60% Cabernet and 40% Merlot - the inverse of the 2015.

Free shipping on 6+ bottles! This vintage ships every Monday.

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2015 Due Santi Rosso

Available for purchase in any quantity, including single bottles.

Free shipping on 6+ bottles! This vintage ships every Monday.

No sales tax outside of California.

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frequently asked questions

What states do you ship to? 

We can ship to all 50 states. 

When will my wine ship? 

We don't ship the wine between June and October due to high temperatures that may damage the wine. Outside of this timeframe, the wine ships weekly. 

Can you tell me more about the wine?

The 2015 is a complex bottle of wine. The blend of 50% merlot and 50% cabernet sauvignon suggests a wine of Right Bank Bordeaux pedigree but with an Italian absence of fussiness. This wine has a pervasive flinty, smoky character that underscores the obvious cherry fruit and bright currant on the nose.

This is a wine built for meals and for the cellar. While easy to enjoy on its own, Due Santi Rosso would benefit from three to five years of cellaring and perhaps a 45-minute decant prior to serving. The wine is 100% organically grown and produced and will carry the organic certification from 2017.