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Pinot Nero Glen

Glen is the most historically significant vineyard site of the winery. Its founder Alfons Giovanett has invested in this special location already since 1969. The afternoon sun, the special conglomerate soil of loam, limestone, and porphyry, as well as the micro-vinification at these altitudes of 450-790 m provide ideal conditions for this harmonious Pinot Nero.

The label shows the disused railway bridge of the Val di Fiemme in Glen – as a symbol of departure, mobilisation, and industrialisation. Today it is an accessible observation point with a unique view of Bolzano and the entire Bassa Atesina region. 85 % of the vineyards of South Tyrol can be seen from here.

Appellation: Alto Adige DOC

Vineyard: single site vineyard Glen in Montagna – Bassa Atesina region

Vineyard training system: Guyot and Pergola

Vineyard soil: conglomerate soil of loam, limestone, porphyry

Vinification: manual harvest, maceration in stainless steel for 10-14 days, maturation in barrique barrels for 12 months, maturation in bottle for at least 3 months

Food Pairings: grilled and roasted red meat

Characteristics: ruby red colour, intense notes of red berries, elegant freshness, well-balanced structure, harmonious

Awards 2018: Falstaff

Contains sulfites

Pinot Nero Glen