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Pinot Nero

Pinot Nero (Blauburgunder) is a wine made of a variety of noble origins: from Bugundy in France, it was brought to South Tyrol about 100 years ago.  The warm hillsides around Campodazzo in the lower Valle Isarco, provide the ideal conditions for the growing of this acclaimed variety, giving the wine the expressiveness and typicality that have made it one of the most refined reds.

Appellation:   Alto Adige Valle Isarco DOC

Type:  red, dry

Grape Variety: Pinot Nero (Blauburgunder)

Wine Details:

Tasting Notes:
A red wine with a velvety structure and well-balanced tannic content. Color:  bright ruby red Bouquet:  intense, slightly pungent, ethereal, pleasing characteristics Taste:  dry, full with a pleasant aciduous note Food Pairings:  serve with game, grilled meats, stews and spicy cheeses

Vinyard Notes:
Production Area:  Renon Altitude:   980 - 1640 ft. Training system:  pergola and free-standing espalier (Guyot) Harvest:  end September - beginning of October, hand-picked

Winemaking Notes:
Traditional maceration on the skins in controlled temperature conditions in steel vats followed by malolactic fermentation and ageing on fine lees in large wooden barrels