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Bertone

Pinot Nero Dell'Oltrepò Pavese Doc

Grape variety

Pinot Noir

Vintages

2015 / 2017

A Cru of about 2 hectares, planted in 2001 with Burgundian clones of great finesse. The small and compact bunches make it an elegant Pinot Noir with limited production.

Awards

2015 - Gambero Rosso - 3 bicchieri

2013 - Gambero Rosso - 3 bicchieri

Vintages

2015 / 2017

A Cru of about 2 hectares, planted in 2001 with Burgundian clones of great finesse. The small and compact bunches make it an elegant Pinot Noir with limited production.

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Vintages

2015 / 2017

Area of ​​origin

Rocca de' Giorgi (PV)

Service T °

15/18°C

Ground

Clayey and calcareous with a good presence of sand and loam

Tasting notes

Color: deep ruby red with typical garnet reflections.
Aroma: Complex aroma, wide with scents of rose and small red fruit, cocoa and balsamic hints.
Taste: elegant sip, seductive in its velvety and very fine tannins. Good acidity that guarantees a considerable length in the mouth and a good aging in the cellar.

Technical notes

Vinification: Alcoholic fermentation in conical wooden vats. Malolactic fermentation in barriques during the spring.
Aging: One year in carefully selected French barriques of different origins. Subsequent aging in bottle for at least one year.

Pairings

First courses with ragù, fresh pasta filled with meat, rare red meats and fresh goat cheeses.

Area of ​​origin

Rocca de' Giorgi (PV)

Ground

Clayey and calcareous with a good presence of sand and loam

Service T °

15/18°C

Tasting notes

Color: deep ruby red with typical garnet reflections.
Aroma: Complex aroma, wide with scents of rose and small red fruit, cocoa and balsamic hints.
Taste: elegant sip, seductive in its velvety and very fine tannins. Good acidity that guarantees a considerable length in the mouth and a good aging in the cellar.

Technical notes

Vinification: Alcoholic fermentation in conical wooden vats. Malolactic fermentation in barriques during the spring.
Aging: One year in carefully selected French barriques of different origins. Subsequent aging in bottle for at least one year.

Pairings

First courses with ragù, fresh pasta filled with meat, rare red meats and fresh goat cheeses.

Cru Bertone

44°58'20"N 9°15'47"E

Pinot Nero IGT Provincia di Pavia. It takes its name from the vineyard from which its comes, a Pinot Noir lot of about 2 hectares located at about 400 meters above the sea level and exposed to South/South-West. It is located on the opposite side from Pernice and, as the crow flies, right above Villa Fornace.

An elegant and demanding Cru

Planted in 2001 using Burgundian clones of great finesse, this piece of land is isolated from the surrounding trees and enjoys a particular microclimate, with rainfall even 30-40% lower than the average of the property. This leads the plants to a lower vegetative vigor and a slight advance of ripening. The benches are small and compact with a limited production, ideal characteristics for an elegant Pinot Noir.

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