Grape variety: Pinot Bianco
Production area: Andriano
Altitude: 260 - 380 masl
Soil: erythroid, argillaceous lime and dolomit rock
Vinification: fermentation at controlled temperature in stainless steel vats; ageing and maturation on fine yeast for 6 months;
Appearance: Colour pale yellow with green reflexes; Aroma fruity bouquet (apples and pears); Taste soft and full with a long finish, elegant body, balanced acidity.
Alcohol: 13.0 %vol.
Drinking: 10-12°C temperature
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The Pinot Bianco - the most important and typical of all the South Tyrolean grape varieties - has now been promoted to the top of the St. Valentin range. The St. Valentin has a clear, straw colour with slightly green reflections. It smells delightfully of intensive and typical fruit aromas: ripe app - les and pears combined with melons and a trace of a fine vanilla fragrance. Concentrated and with a wonderful strength and richness, refined and clear in its way, its structure appears refresh- ing despiete the maturation in wood: the Pinot Bianco St. Valentin is a wine which is set to become a real talking point.
Elegant and stylish, matured in traditional oak casks
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