Pinot Grigio was originally called Ruländer, and came to Trentino in the second half of the 19th century. The grapes used to produce this wine come from the vineyards of the Lavis and Pressano hills.
With an intense golden-yellow colour, Ritratti Pinot Grigio has an intense aroma with hints of pear and apricot and base notes of flowers and honey. The tannins are soft and enveloping on the palate.
Vine Pinot Grigio Vineyard location Lavis and Pressano Exposure and altitude South, southwest; 250-300 m a.s.l.
Soil composition Loam, foothills, fertile Training system Guyot, simple Trentino pergola Planting density 5,500 vines per hectare
Vinification Hand-picking from 10-20 September, soft pressing, static settling of musts, controlled temperature fermentation in stainless steel tanks, ageing on lees for about 6/8 months before bottling. Alcohol content 12.5%
Pairings Great with raw seafood, grilled swordfish and fresh dairy products.