This wine is named for the varietal used to make it, grown over mid and high hills, where it finds the ideal terrain enabling it to exhibit its characteristics to the full.
Pinot Blanc is much appreciated when youthful, but it is also moderately age-worthy, with the potential to further improve its characteristics.
Straw yellow with greenish hues.
Delicately fruity and fragrant.
Dry, particulary balanced, with a lightly bitter finish.
Food and wine pairing
This is a typical wine for seafood and egg pasta, it also pairs well with Trentino-style asparagus.