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Saint Valier

Pinot Nero dell'Oltrepò Pavese Doc

Grape variety

Pinot Noir

The French name of this wine comes from the company toponym which has its roots in the original Saint Vallier clone located in Provence.

Vintages

2018 / 2019

The French name of this wine comes from the company toponym which has its roots in the original Saint Vallier clone located in Provence.

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Vintages

2018 / 2019

Area of ​​origin

Rocca de' Giorgi (PV)

Service T °

08/10°C

Ground

Clayey and calcareous

Tasting notes

Color: deep yellow with orange reflections.
Aroma: with strong hints of golden apple, apricot and slight scent of strawberry.
Taste: The palate is fresh, with a great acid balance and a good persistence.

Technical notes

The grapes are picked by hand in 20 kg boxes and are stored in the cold room at 10°C during the night.
The next morning, the must is pressed to obtain the free-run must which is fermented at low temperature in steel tanks, where it stays on its lees until the bottling which takes place 6 months after the harvest.

Pairings

It pairs well with white meat, roulades with eggplant and sheep ricotta and eggs Benedict on smoked salmon.

Area of ​​origin

Rocca de' Giorgi (PV)

Ground

Clayey and calcareous

Service T °

08/10°C

Tasting notes

Color: deep yellow with orange reflections.
Aroma: with strong hints of golden apple, apricot and slight scent of strawberry.
Taste: The palate is fresh, with a great acid balance and a good persistence.

Technical notes

The grapes are picked by hand in 20 kg boxes and are stored in the cold room at 10°C during the night.
The next morning, the must is pressed to obtain the free-run must which is fermented at low temperature in steel tanks, where it stays on its lees until the bottling which takes place 6 months after the harvest.

Pairings

It pairs well with white meat, roulades with eggplant and sheep ricotta and eggs Benedict on smoked salmon.

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