You may call it Pinot Noir, if you like. But, from today, its real name is Langhe Pinot Nero. And it’s the first one, in the history of Roero, to be produced in amphora. «If a good morning starts in the morning, we can say that we are well under way», says Sergio Marchisio, absolute pioneer of “green” wine, a stone’s throw from the Langhe of Barolo. «Our Pinot Noir shows very elegant perfumes», explains Sergio. «Let’s say that it expresses the soul of the grape very well: something not easy in our land». Another peculiarity: the 2018 vintage comes from a very prestigious cru for Barolo: Bussia, from Monforte d’Alba. Pinot Noir, obtained from a small vineyard (2000 meters of surface), has been vinified in amphora and then aged for a year, always in ecological ceramic containers. Bottled in September 2019, now – after 5 months of further refinement in the bottles – it’s finally ready to meet the consumers.
CAMPAIGN FINANCED UNDER THE REGULATION UE N. 1308/2013
CAMPAIGN FINANCED ACCORDING TO EU REGULATION N. 1308/2013