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Maso Poli
Pinot Noir Superiore Trentino DOC

The “Pinot” vines are originally from the Burgundy and they came to Trentino via Germany around the beginning of the last century. Here they have found their ideal habitat in the cold-temperate climate. The appellation “Pinot Noir Superiore Trentino DOC” is reserved to the best vineyards, located on the hills between altitudes 250-700 m a.s.l., and above 700 m, only to those with South exposition.

Owner: Togn Family
Website: www.masopoli.com
Winemaker: Goffredo Pasolli
Type: Red wine
Varietals: 100% Pinot Noir

Vineyard Location: Pressano di Lavis
Orientation: South-West
Elevation: 1,300-1,965 ft
Vines Planted: 1970s (pergola) and 2009 (Guyot)
Trellising: Simple pergola and Guyot
Vines/Acre: 2,425
Yield/Acre: 32 ql
Soil: Clay and limestone bedrock

Fermentation for approximately 12 days at a controlled temperature of 73°F - 70% in stainless steel and 30% in vertical tonneaux

Aging Process
12 months in small oak tonneaux and barriques - 80% French oak with medium toast and 20% in Slavonian oak. 10-12 months in the bottle before the release

Tasting Notes
Color: Light ruby red
Bouquet: Intense and fine bouquet on the nose with notes of blue flowers, cherries, dried raspberries and black currants.
Flavor: On the palate it is dry, rich, smooth, and harmoniuos, confirming the aromas perceived on the nose. with a persistent fruity and peppery finish
Pairings: Suitable for meats with delicate flavors such as filets, chops and grilled meats

Alcohol Content: 13%
Serving Temperature: 62°F
Production: 10,000 bottles