Pinot Noir is not a single grape but it’s a vast family of clones. Fermentation without skin contact allows us to obtain white musts from black grapes which normally are the base for sparkling wines. Pinot Noir grape in Italy has the largest extension of planted area in Oltrepò Pavese which boasts for a national leadership in terms of wine quality.
Pinot Noir: minimum 85%; Pinot Blanc and Chardonnay, jointly or severally, up to a maximum of 15%;
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Clear lemon green colour
Clean, youthful and fresh nose, with fruity and white flowers notes.
Fine grained, shapeless, full body with hints of white peach and almond flavour.
Excellent with cold cuts, seafood appetizers, risottos, fish dishes and white and red meats.