Pinot Noir is one of the oldest cultivated grapes we have historical information about, and its name, Pinot, derives from the particular shape of the bunch, which is compact and tightly grouped, and, therefore, reminiscent of a pine cone. Forever synonymous with wines of great class and elegance, it is a difficult, delicate grape, extremely sensitive to its terroir, but rightly considered among the most expressive, fascinating and seductive.
a vivid, ruby red colour. A fragrant, refined and ethereal nose. Opening with intense and characteristic aromas of red berry fruits, such as cherry, raspberry, blackcurrant and blackberry, it evolves into a delicate, pleasantly spicy finish. Captivating, full and enveloping on the palate, with a distinctive velvety tannin, an elegant body in perfect balance with its typical acidity and an excellent persistence.
perfect with a rack of lamb, roasted white meat, pork fillets, duck and guinea fowl, it also pairs extremely well with fondues and pasta dishes with meat and mushroom-based sauces.
VINE TRAINING SYSTEM:
VINES PER HECTARE:
Fermentation with the skins at 22-24°C for about 15 days.
60% of the mass is matured in steel, 40% in 500 and 700 litre tonneaux for about 12 months.
In the bottle for a further 4-6 months.