Pinot Noir
The Burgundian king among red wines has been grown in Alto Adige/Südtirol since the middle of the nineteenth century. When planted in vineyards of medium elevation that are not too dry, this variety reveals its full potential, yielding well-structured wines that are often amazingly close to their models in Burgundy. Typical Alto Adige Pinot Noirs have rich and intense aromas of dark berries, clove, and violets.
Area under cultivation:
443 ha
Cultivation zone:
Primarily in Bassa Atesina and Oltradige
Preferred location:
in medium-high hilly areas starting from400 meters (1,300 feet) above sea level, preferably on chalky gravel soils
Serving temperature:
14-16° C. (57-61° F.)
Recommended pairings:
game, wild fowl, spring lamb, rabbit, aged cheeses
Area under cultivation:
798 ha
Cultivation zone:
Primarily Bolzano, Oltradige, Merano and Bassa Atesina
Area under cultivation:
468 ha
Cultivation zone:
Primarily in Bolzano and Bassa Atesina
Area under cultivation:
187 ha
Cultivation zone:
Primarily in Oltradige, Bassa Atesina und Adige Valley
Area under cultivation:
161 ha
Cultivation zone:
Primarily in Bassa Atesina, Oltradige and Bolzano
Area under cultivation:
12 ha
Cultivation zone:
Primarily in Oltradige and Bassa Atesina
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