Pinot Noir

Pinot Noir is one of the oldest grape varieties to be cultivated for the purpose of making wine and is often described as being a “difficult” grape because it needs particular climate conditions into the vineyard to grow and express its best potentiality. It gives wines with an exceptional elegance characterized: great Pinot Noir creates a lasting impression on the palate and in the memory.

Pinot noir Igt Veneto “Il Tralcetto” is full-bodied and rich but not heavy, high in alcohol, yet neither acidic nor tannic, with substantial flavor despite its delicacy and a soft, velvety texture.

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Appellation:I.G.T. Veneto
Soil type:Clayey
Vineyards:San Polo di Piave, Fontanelle
Grapes:Pinot nero 100%
Training system:Sylvoz and cordone speronato
N° of vines-hectare:4.000 - 5.000 ha
Per hectare yield:115 q
Harvest period:First week of September
Vinification:4 days pre-maceration, followed by 6 day traditional maceration. Alcoholic fermentation at 26°C. after which malolactic fermentation begins Ageing Tanks 4 months, bottle 3 months
Refining:Tanks 4 months, bottle 3 months
Colour:Ruby red
Aroma:Elegant, suggesting fruit and rose petals
Taste:Full flavoured with abundant spice notes and lengthy finish Serving suggestions Enjoy with roasts, of both light and red meat, game
Serving suggestions:Enjoy with roasts, of both light and red meat, game
How to serve:In glass with large bowl, at 15°/16°C
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