It is as elegant and fine as its origins. The grape variety derives from a genetic mutation of Pinot Noir. Of very ancient origin, it was initially cultivated in the monastic communities of Burgundy, and it is no coincidence that it loves hilly areas for its cultivation. It developed in the Euganean Hills in the 19th century, then known as Pinot-Chardonnay for its organoleptic baggage. It finds a particularly suitable habitat in our territory, especially here on the eastern slope. We have always favoured it for the elegance and freshness of the wines it produces. The result is a very didactic and clean as well as elegant wine.
Tasting notes

The wine has a bright straw yellow colour to the eye. The nose offers fruity notes ranging from apple to ripe plum, a delicate white-fleshed peach and a pleasant citrus fruit. Floral notes give a hint of hawthorn and a delicate reminiscence of tarragon and sage.

The palate is dry and soft, with an interesting freshness.


This wine enhances white meat dishes: as delicate fish such as sea bass and sea bream, first courses with tellinas and clams or a chicken rillettes with tarragon. Also excellent with vegetable dishes: such as velvety pea soups or savoury pies in general.

Also ideal for a satisfying and not too demanding aperitif.