Villa Piccola

Pinot Noir DOC Reserve 2020 'Villa Piccola'



Denomination: Pinot Noir DOC

Grapes: 100% Pinot Noir

Region: Trentino (Italy)

Alcohol content: 14%

Format: 75 cl bottle

Vinification: after a manual harvest at the end of September, the vinification takes place by destemming and maceration in stainless steel tanks at 26-27°C for about 15 days with careful pumping over and punching down 

Refinement: in French oak for about 12 months and then 6 months of refinement in the bottle

Allergens: Contains sulfites

Color: Ruby red
Olfactory analysis: The nose is complex, with notes of black fruit, blueberries, hints of cherries and currants, slight hints of vanilla
Taste analysis: On the palate it is full-bodied but at the same time elegant and enveloping with soft tannins
How to serve it: Serving temperature 16°-18°C. To enjoy it at its best, we recommend letting the wine breathe for 20-30 minutes before serving
How to taste it: Serve in a medium open goblet
Pairings: Excellent combined with risottos and first courses with meat and vegetable sauces, aged cheeses and stewed meat main courses

Producer: The Villa Piccola farm is a small family-run business that was born in 1991 from the Rossi family's passion for viticulture. The company owns about 4 hectares of property located in two different and distinct areas: the Faedo hill and the Cembra valley.

Faedo is a territory that presents various facets, with altitudes ranging from 350 to 450 m asl) where varieties such as Lagrein, Gewürztraminer, Pinot nero and Chardonnay are exalted, up to higher areas (up to 650 m asl) where you can push the cultivation of the basic sparkling wine grapes and the Müller Thurgau. The Valle di Cembra area is instead more homogeneous, with soils of porphyritic matrix, which enhances the sapidity and freshness of the wines. In these areas, at about 600 m asl, mainly varieties such as Nosiola, Müller Thurgau and sparkling Chardonnay are grown. The annual production is around 20,000 bottles.