It develops its typical aromas of fresh apples and pears and keeps its racy, invigorating acidity. This makes the wine an unmistakable representative of its terroir.


The vines grow on gravelly, limestone dolomite, making this a Pinot bianco which takes you by surprise with salty minerality in the mouth, lending the wine an additionally long finish.

Growing Conditions

500-650 m a.s.l., south - east, sandy and gravelly soil, rich in dolomite.


The grapes are harvested by hand.


Temperature controlled fermentation in stainless steel followed by ageing on the fine lees.