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Pinot Nero

  • Alc. 13.0%

  • Trentino

  • Italy

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Trentino is a province in northeastern Italy, in the Italian Alps, close to the Austrian border. The region was previously under Austrian control and was annexed to Italy after World War I. Within the dramatic, mountainous landscapes, Trentino is a very important wine producing area. It clocks in at just over 25,000 acres of vines, while the region only accounts for about 1.6% of Italy’s vineyards. White wines in the area dominate, but Pinot Nero is one of the main red grapes that it grows. The Pinot Nero grape variety originates from Burgundy, where it is known as Pinot Noir. It thrives when grown in areas with large fluctuations in temperature during the grape growing season. The Valle di Cembra climate has chilly winds that rise off the nearby alpine mountain range. These fluctuations ensure that aromas, flavours, and acidity are optimal. The terraced vineyards are grown at some of the highest elevations in Italy - about 700 metres above sea level. Enjoy this wine at 14 C from now until 2023.


This Pinot Nero would pair nicely with salty, firm cheese, like Piave. It would also work really well with a homemade pasta in a rosé sauce.

Aromas and Flavours


Tangy or sweet, juicy or tart: more sophisticated than a strawberry, but just as lush.


Fresh B.C. cherries out of the back of a truck, all eaten before you can get them home!


'A rose by any other name would smell as sweet.' We should all stop and smell them more often...


Your windowsill herb garden gives off a lovely herbal smell every time you walk by.


Reminds you of singing songs by the campfire on a beautiful summer evening.

Handling and Serving
Serving Temperature
2021 - 2023