Wine: Pinot Noir
Name: Pinot Noir Young
Alcoholic content: 12-13% by vol. (depending on the vintage)
Grape variety: 100% Pinot Nero
Geographic location: first and second hill slopes in the Oltrepò Pavese region, located in the San Damiano al Colle district.
Vineyard characteristics: soil derived from a disintegration of arenaria and calcareous rocks, with a clay component, situated at 235 - 340 metres above sea level. Traditional Gujot system.
Vineyard age: 6-25 years
Vinification: fermentation with maceration of the skins in steel vats at a temperature of 10° for 2-4 days before continuing the fermentation process at a controlled temperature of 18°- 25° for a period of 10-12 days. Following decanting and a maturation period of at least 3 months in steel tanks, the wine is then refrigerated in order to stabilize it for the bottling process. Once bottled, a further period of 30 days is required before the wine is ready.
Organoleptic characteristics: Characteristic red colour. Fresh and fruity aroma. The initial vinous impressions are followed by floral notes of violets, red fruits, cherry, raspberry, plum and forest fruits. Velvety and light to the taste with an intriguing, elegant and complex structure. Excellent lingering aroma.
Serving temperature: 10-17°
Gastronomic accompaniment: red or white meats, light and mild first courses, well-suited to fish dishes and a good choice as an aperitif.
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