The “Pinot” vines are originally from the Borgogna and they arrived in Trentino
from Germany around the beginning of the last century. Here they found their
ideal habitat in the cold-temperate climate. The fruit actually ranges from an
eponymous grey (thus the name “grigio” in Italian) to a delicate, pinky mauve,
with berries of varied shades often found within a single bunch.
The color is straw yellow. The bouquet on the nose is very elegant with the typical
varital scent of Williams pear. Dry, harmonious and fine taste with a good balance
and a lingering fruity finish.
An excellent aperitif; pairs well with typical Mediterranean dishes and grilled fish
such as trout.
100% Pinot Grigio
Roveré della Luna, Trentino DOP
750 feet (250 m) a.s.l.
Simple pergola, Guyot
4000/ha (pergola), 6000/ha (Guyot)
Mixed, small-sized stones
Stainless steel for 12 days at 64°F using selected yeasts
4 months in stainless steel tanks followed by 2 months in bottle
The bouquet on the nose is very elegant with the typicalvarital scent of Williams pear.
Dry, harmonious and fine taste with a good balanceand a lingering fruity finish.
An excellent aperitif; pairs well with typical Mediterranean dishes and grilled fishsuch as