Pinto Nero

Pinot nero [PEE-noh Nay-roh]

Pinot nero (a.k.a Pinot noir) has traditionally been cultivated in the Alto Adige, Collio Goriziano, Oltrepò Pavese and Trentino regions to produce Burgundy-style red wines. Cultivation of Pinot noir in other regions of Italy, mostly since the 1980s, has been challenging due to climate and soil conditions.

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