Schiopetto Pinot Grigio


Schiopetto Pinot Grigio


The wine is obtained exclusively from Pinot Grigio grapes, a varietal of French origin, cultivated in hilly areas, in soil which is of average marl composition. The bunches are small with round grapes red-grey in colour, and like Pinot Bianco it derives from a mutation of Pinot Nero. The grapes are hand picked, pressed in a soft press after which there follows a brief period of decantation in total absence of sulphur dioxide. The fermentation takes place in stainless steel tanks under a controlled temperature. The ageing takes place on the lees for 8 months.

Appellation Collio DOC

Grapes 100% Pinot Grigio

First Production 1968


Alcool % vol 12,50 %

Sugar 0,3 g/l

Total acidity 5,0 g/l


Soil Hilly marly soils of Eocene origin

Training system Guyot

Harvest time Second and third decade of August

Harvest method Manual

Yield per hectare 60 q/hectare

Fermentation 10-12 days in steel tanks

Fermentation temperature 16 °C

Aging In stainless steel tanks for 8 months

Fining Minimum 5 months in bottle


Color Golden-yellow colour.

Aroma The aroma is fresh and inviting, with notes of banana and passion fruit.

Palate: Savory on the palate, as terroir, with an intriguing freshness that gives drinkability and complexity. Very persistent and consistent taste to the nose.

Serving temperature 13° C

Food pairings Ideal with fish starters and main courses; served young infresh is a good aperitif, aged goes well with swordfish and mixed grilled fish.

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