Pinot Bianco

Grape varieties: Pinot Bianco .

Soil: Clay and lime soil, with presence of sedimentary calcareous
white dolomite stones

Vinification: The Pinot Bianco grapes are harvested by hand in September
from the Northeastern parcel of the Andriano vineyards.
The grapes need a few extra weeks to mature before harvest
because of the shadow of Mount Gant limiting the late
afternoon sunlight throughout growing season. The grapes
are fermented in stainless steel temperature-controlled
stainless steel vats. The wine is allowed to age on the fine lees
for 6 months before bottling.

Taste: This Pinot Bianco is pale yellow in color with slight reflections
of green. The bouquet of apples and pears follows through
on the palate combining with balanced acidity for a long
full finish.

Alcohol:13.% vol.

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