The Pinot Bianco grape variety was first introduced in South Tyrol circa mid-1800’s. As the main variety used to replace the old Schiava vineyards, Pinot Bianco, had been the most cultivated white grape variety in South Tyrol for years. Planted on both sides of the river Adige on the Salorno plain, this vine grows on silty and silty- sandy soils originating from recent alluvial deposits. Of a straw-yellow colour, the wine has an agreeable and characteristic aroma with notes of apple, peach and apricot. Fresh and pleasing on the palate.