Pinot Bianco Brut

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Brut di Pinot Bonotto

The Pinot Bianco derives from a mutation of the Pinot Grigio, in turn a mutation of the Nero, which was first identified and studied at the end of the nineteenth century. Widespread in northern Italy, it is particularly suitable for sparkling wine.


Pinot Bianco

Production area

Rai di San Polo di Piave (TV)

Harvest period

Early September


White vinification, with immediate separation of the skins. The bubbling occurs through the Martinotti Charmat method in autoclave

Residual sugar


Sensory notes

Color: straw yellow with slight greenish reflections

Bouquet: intense, fresh and permanent, with an ample fruity note, and a subtle and delicate yeasty note

Taste: clean and harmonious, with a light and pleasant base of ripe fruit and a slight fragrance of bread crust


Excellent as an aperitif and with fish dishes

Serving temperature

Best served very chilled at 8 – 10 °C

Alcohol content