Grape varieties
Pinot Nair, Estate grown
Training system
Single cordon
Production area
Morro d’Oro and Notaresco in the province of Teramo. Vineyards have a south/southwest exposure and ave rage altitude of 250 meters a.s.I. Calcareous clay soils with gravel
First decade of September
Soft pressing is followed by maceration for about 15 days. After racking, the wine rests in stainless steel tanks at a controlled temperature (20°C} and then completes the alcoholic and malolactic fermentation. The wine is racked and then bottled; followed by bottle refining
Tasting notes
The color is ruby red with garnet highlights. Aromas of violets with hints of currant, blackberry, raspberry and spices . Fruit-forward and smooth on the palate with fine tannins and balanced acidity. Dry persistent finish. More complex notes (leather,tobacco, spices) develop with age
Food pairing
Soups, pasta dishes with meat sauce, roast/braised meats and wild game. Ideal companion with medium-aged cheeses and charcuterie
Alcohol content
Serving temperature
16 – 18 °C
Available sizes
Lt. 0,75 – Lt. 1,5 (only on request)

Winemaker’s notes
A noble varietal drives some of the world’s most elegant and complex red wines