Pinot Noir is one of their recent additions; it was a natural fit for the cooler climate that is prevalent in northeastern Italy. Pinot Noir has been growing in Italy probably since Roman times. Plantings are mainly located in the cooler northern climates where they’re protected against the achingly hot Mediterranean sun.
Due Torri Pinot Noir is harvested in early September. Fermentation begins after six to eight days of cold maceration. Temperature is closely monitored during vinification to preserve the delicate aromas.