Pinot Bianco has been cultivated in Alto Adige since the mid-19th century
and is one of the main white varieties in the region. It is to be found in all
the wine-growing areas of Alto Adige and does particularly well on cooler sites
at elevations between 300 and 500 meters (980 and 1640 feet) above sea-level.
This classic Pinot Bianco, which is made from grapes from select sites in Magrè,
Cortaccia, Salorno, Pochi and Tesimo, strongly reflects the multilayered
character of Alto Adige.
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