Alto Adige DOC
The Pinot Noir has been cultivated in South Tyrol for approximately 150 years, and it feels very comfortable in this area. South Tyrol’s Pinot Noirs are among the best in Italy and they have also drawn attention to themselves at international tastings. Tough, the Pinot Noir is a very difficult variety, with demanding requirements from the soil and the climate, reacting very sensitively in excessive productions and demanding the highest attention in the cellar.
James Suckling Vintage 2019 89 Points
Vinous Vintage 2019 88 Points
The grapes for our Pinot Noir grow on the vineyards around the hills of Bolzano.
After fermentation at 25°C, the Pinot Noir matures in big wooden barrels to develop all its characteristics optimally.
The Pinot Noir is a full-bodied, elegant and fruity red, with a distinctive sour cherry aroma, which goes perfectly well to red meat, venison and zesty cheese.
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The wine comes around in large wood casks to better develop its characteristics.
Its flavor is robust, full, and lingering, with supple tannins.