Pinot Noir(Nero) Italiano Buonissima

We have some very good, buonissima, Italian Pinot Noirs. Noir means Black in French, Nero means Black in Italian. There an Italian Pinot Nero is Pinot Noir

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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( Pinot Nero), 2012  U' Toccu, Al Cantara Winery

    Pinot Noir( Pinot Nero), 2012 U' Toccu, Al Cantara Winery

    $65.00

    The wine is intense ruby red and with a good consistency. At the nose we perceive hints of red fruits, vanilla and finally a sweet notes of cocoa. In the mouth it is soft, fresh, sapid with an elegant and dry tannin. We can match it with meats and white meats, stockfish or cod. Name: ‘U Toccu EN: Traditional game called "Toccu" "‘U Toccu" is a traditional Italian hand game also known as "Morra" that dates back thousands of years probably to ancient Roman and Greek times. Martoglio dedicated an entire Sonnet to this game. The game consists in guessing at what the sum of all fingers shown by the players will be. Learn More
  3. Pinot Noir, 2013 by Dino Torti in Lombardia

    Pinot Noir, 2013 by Dino Torti in Lombardia

    $18.00

    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

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