The South-Tyrolean regions Oltradige and Bassa Atesina have the best climatic and geological conditions for growing Pinot blanc.
Pinot blanc is a medium size white wine grape. It has been known since the 14th century and requires a warm climate and rich soil. It is a mutation of the Pinot noir grape and yields a dry wine with fresh and fruity aroma and is perfect with fish, light starters and white meat. It is also a very popular aperitif.
Pinot blanc is greenish/pale yellow in colour. It is dry and full-bodied, has elegant aromas of apple, green leaves and even butter, if it is very mature. Pinot blanc is grown in South Tyrol on at total surface of 533 ha.
Serving temperature: 10 - 12°C