The variety of Moscato Giallo found in Valle dei Laghi its ideal habitat This very aromatic and lightly sweet wine is perfect both aperitif and dessert. Ripening lasts until late autumn. Azienda Agricola Pisoni takes care only of a small lot in order to provide this wine with structure and perfect peculiarities for the finest palate.
Nosiola is the only indigenous white grapevine in Trentino and its best habitat is in Valle dei Laghi where excellent results are obtained thanks to the afternoon breeze from Lake Garda and the Mediterranean climate. Nosiola vines are still semi-wild (they trail in a bushy way) and therefore difficult to cultivate because they are delicate and susceptible to diseases.
Chardonnay vines cultivated on the Pisoni estates of Mas del Gobbo and Chiesura are completely different from the ones in other Italian regions and produce fine, well-structured light wine.
The most important Italian and foreign producers of sparkling wines buy their Chardonnay grapes in Trentino. Part of this production is used by the Azienda Agricola Pisoni to produce their own Spumante Brut and Reserve.
L\'Azienda Agricola Pisoni produce questo eccezionale uvaggio da generazioni con uve coltivate a 450 metri sulla collina di San Siro vicino all\'omonima chiesa romanica. I Pisoni si prendono così tanta cura di questo vino che nel 1923 il vescovato di Trento lo riconobbe proprio come il "Vino da Messa" e questa tradizione continua ancora a dare a questo particolare bilancio del vino di massa, inconfondibile morbidezza e gradazione alcolica controllata.
Exclusive of Azienda Agricola Pisoni this wine takes its name from an agricultural particle on the hill of San Siro between the cellar. Particularly soft, fresh and exotic fruits flavouring, ripe apple. This wine is produced with the organic grapes Nosiola,Sauvignon blanc Chardonnay and Goldtraminer.
WINE PRODUCT WITHOUT THE ADDITION OF SULPHITES
This variety arrived in 1894 from France is one of the oldest in Europe. It was just known as Biturica during the Roman period. Cabernet Franc loves hills, clayey ground and its wine-making with Cabernet Sauvignon produces a very particular wine.
This wine is very typical of Trentino the northeast region of Italy . In Austrian times it was known as tiroldego ( wine of Tyrol region).
Teroldego loves the hills and clayey ground and it produces a very special wine.
Teroldego has found a perfect habitat in the sunny Valle dei Laghi, which enjoys the breeze from Lake Garda.
The Azienda Agricola Pisoni has been taking care of these vineyards to produce this excellent well structured wine aged in the cellar, but ready to continue its life in the bottle.
Exclusive to the Azienda Agricola Pisoni, this wine takes its name from an agricultural plot on the San Siro hillside between an old Romanesque church of the same name and the wine cellars.
First produced at the beginning of the last century, this wine is the result of the experience and skill of the Pisonis (all of whom have diplomas from the Istituto Agrario di San Michele) not only in vineyard care, but also in research for new vines and grapes.
Merlot and Cabernet-Sauvignon, grown 250 metres a.s.l, are the basis of this refined wine.
Born in the middle of the Tenno hills which are much suited for this variety. Soft pressing, fermentation in steel and used oak barrels, the result is a wine with a strong personality, the result of the contrast between the limestone soil and the excellent exposure of the vineyards.
REBO From a single vineyard in Arco with a very low yield per vine. Fermentation with maceration in steel, aging for 12 months in used barriques and clay. An indigenous variety of this area and which we are much fond of. We are constantly seeking to weaken the tendency to rusticity of this variety by converting it into energy and personality.
It represents the soul of Barone Pizzini because it embodies the living nature of its vineyards. It’s the crowning achievement of a long process of pionering renewal that led Barone Pizzini to become the first organic grower and winemaker in Franciacorta..
Tintilia is a red Italian wine grape variety that is grown in the Molise region of east-central Italy. A red wine made from the grape was classified as Denominazione di origine controllata (DOC) in 2011. Its name could be originated from “Tinto”, meaning “red” in Spanish...
The Vino Santo Trentino, which is obtained from the grape variety Nosiola, grown in the Lakes Valley (Lower Sarca) is a sweet wine that represents one of the most documented historical productions of Trentino...
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