The special microclimate of this region, with hot summer days and fresh nights at vintage time, makes sure that the grapes reach maturity with a high sugar content. The light and gravelly soils, containing deal of minerals, provide these wines with strong character and incomparable typicality and elegance. This is why the vine-growers of the Valle Isarco have specialised in the cultivation of white grapes. Given its peculiar climatic and exposure requirements, Pinot Bianco grows only in the warmer areas of the lower Valle Isarco where the sunny hillside soils, rich in porphyry, generate a white wine with a typical Burgundy-style bouquet and strong character.
Delicate processing and crushing are followed by temperature-controlled fermentation and ageing on fine lees in stainless steel tanks with a lack of malolactic fermentation.
A yellow wine with slight suggestions of green, it has a delicately floral and fruity bouquet. It is a dry and freshly acidic, with a full, velvety body, and is very elegant overall.