It’s composed from grapes of the homonymous grape variety by 85% and by other grapes of similar colour recommended or authorised by the Province. Its maximum production is 10 tonnes per hectare and a wine yield not superior to 70%. Pinot Noir is ruby red-coloured with variable intensity, and it could be more rosé, has a characteristic scent and a dry, medium sweet, pleasant flavour. Its minimum alcoholic content is 11,5% by volume. It goes well with offal starters, boiled fish and cheeses; it should be served at 16°. There are the Sparkling and Spumante typologies.
(Translated by Laura Fugazzi)