This vine is a challenge: at 850 meters above sea level and under the influence of the great volcano. The ideal vines are selected, including two types of Burgundy Pinot Noir adapted to the thousand-year-old Etnean sapling cultivation method. The volcanic sand element of the soil adds a refreshing energy to the well renowned elegance of Pinot, a result of the minerality of the soil. Pinò is: a foreigne, perfectly adapted to the customs and traditions of the place he put his roots down.
Pinot Noir 100%. This is a mass selection of two types of Burgundy Pinot Noir.
The grapes, harvested in the second week of September, are vinified as a red wine with a short maceration at a controlled temperature. After alcoholic fermentation, the wine is racked into small 500-litre barrels where it naturally completes malolactic fermentation and matures on fine lees for at least a year. Aged in the bottle for a few months.
It goes well with first courses, white meats and fish.