South Tyrol Pinot Nero ROSÉ DOC PINOSÈ

Pinot Nero Pinose Rose

The first Pinot Noir grapes were planted in Alto Adige over 150 years ago. Because of cool microclimates with large swings in temperature between Mediterranean heat during the days and cool nights due to nocturnal fall winds, Alto Adige is known for growing Italy’s best Pinot Noirs.

These sites are primarily found on the mountain slopes in the south of Alto Adige, where the wine develops its intense aromas without losing elegance and freshness. Thanks to the gentle Saignée method, where juice is won without any pressing, Pinosé is succulent and very complex.
The bouquet is characterized by fresh scents of raspberries and wild strawberries. In the mouth, Pinosé shows its vibrancy and elegance and, due to the very fine tannins, it has a surprisingly long-lasting and juicy aftertaste.

volume: 13,5 % by vol.

grape variety: Pinot Noir

vineyard location: vineyard of 500 m

vinification: saignèe method

characteristics: full-bodied red wine

color: coral-red

total acidity:  6,4 g./l.

residual sugar:  2,3 g./l.

cellaring potential:  two to three years

recommended pairings: as an apertif, with apetizers, smoked fish and white meats.

serving temperature: 9–10 °C (48-50° F.)

The first Pinot Noir grapes were planted in Alto Adige over 150 years ago. Because of cool microclimates with large swings in temperature between Mediterranean heat during the days and cool nights due to nocturnal fall winds, Alto Adige is known for growing Italy’s best Pinot Noirs.
These sites are primarily found on the mountain slopes in the south of Alto Adige, where the wine develops its intense aromas without losing elegance and freshness.