Dino Torti

Southwest of Milan about seventy-five miles and bordering the region of Piedmont, the Dino Torti farm is located in the region of Lombardy, in an area called Oltrepo Pavese. Traveling from Milan the terrain is flat until you cross the Po River and pass the ancient town of Pavia where the ground rises up into hills. There you have reached Oltrepo Pavese, a hilly terrain of limestone, loam, and clay, refreshed by maritime breezes from Liguria and caressed by fog from the Po Valley.

The Torti vineyards were started in 1910 by Giovanni Torti. His son Enrico continued his work, and now his grandson Dino, the current owner, has perfected it. The business is run by Dino Torti, his wife Giusy, and their daughters Patrizia and Laura. The winemaker is Roberto Gerbino. The Torti family's winery is a first class operation and they strive to make only the finest of wines. We strongly believe that the Torti name will be known as one of the best wineries in Italy very soon. Dino Torti's signature wine is the Pinot Nero he ages in oak. Pinot Nero is Italian for Pinot Noir.

They also make a Barbera, two sparkling wines from Pinot Nero grape, a Bonarda, a Chardonnay, and a white still wine from the Pinot Nero.

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  1. Pinot Nero, 2009  Torti

    Pinot Nero, 2009 Torti

    Reg. Price: $22.00

    Now: $18.00

    A elegant 100% Pinot Nero, Noir) Rich well structured powerful .yet still elegant Learn More
  2. Pinot Noir, 2013 by Dino Torti in Lombardia

    Pinot Noir, 2013 by Dino Torti in Lombardia


    Lombardia is the region in Italy with a long association with France. In Italian the grape is called PInot Nero in France Pinot Noir Learn More
  3. Pinot Noir, 2013 D.O.C. O.P. White Vinification, Torti

    Pinot Noir, 2013 D.O.C. O.P. White Vinification, Torti

    Reg. Price: $18.00

    Now: $8.99

    Vinified in white from Pinot Noir grapes, the wine has its antique origins in Burgundy and Champagne. The name is derived from the pinecone shape of the cluster. Present already in the Po Valley in the 1600's. Light golden yellow colour; harmonic perfume, elegant with delicate toasted shades; dry, full, sapid taste. Natural fermentation. Serving temperature 10 - 12 degrees C. Best served with hors d'oeuvres, light openers, fish or egg-based dishes. Learn More

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