'Pinero' Ca' del Bosco 2018

The "Pinero" from Ca 'del Bosco is a Lombard red wine made from 100% Pinot Noir grapes, aged for 11 months in new 50% oak barrels. It presents itself with an intense ruby red garment furrowed with garnet reflections and expresses a rich and complex aromatic bouquet, with aromas of small wild berries such as currants, blackberries and blueberries framed by balsamic and spicy puffs that flow into an elegant mouthfeel with silky tannins

67.00 €
Immediate availability

Characteristics

Denomination

Sebino IGT

Grape varieties

Pinot Noir 100%

Category

Red Wines

Region

Lombardy (Italy)

Alcohol content

13.5%

Bottle size

75 cl Bottle

Vinification

Alcoholic fermentation at controlled temperature with 15 days maceration

Aging

11 months in new oak barrels for 50%, 36 months in bottle

Additional notes

Contains sulfites

Awards and accolades

James Suckling
2016
92 / 100
Veronelli
2018
92 / 100
Bibenda
2018

To enjoy it at its best

Serving temp.
18°-20°C
Glass
Large goblet
Large goblet

Perfect for red wines with good structure and intensity, which need oxygenation to open up and develop their intense and complex aromas

When to drink

When to drink

Evolving

Wine good to drink now, but that can have a beautiful evolution after resting for a while in your cellar

You can cellar it for over 5 years

RED WINE PINERO' CA' DEL BOSCO 2018 DESCRIPTION

Colour Intense ruby red, garnet nuances

Scent Currants, blackberries and blueberries, lemon peel and balsamic touches, with a background of oriental mixed spices

Taste Elegant and full-bodied, with silky tannins and subtle freshness, spicy and forest fruit finish

producer: Ca' del Bosco

Main wines
Franciacorta, Curtefranca
Foundation year
1968
Hectares of vineyards
252
Winery-owned grapes
80%
Annual production
1.750.000 bt
Enologist
Stefano Capelli
Address
Ca' del Bosco, Via Albano Zanella, 13 - 25030 Erbusco (BS)

Perfect to drink with

  • Red Meat Stew
  • Risotto with Mushroom
  • Game
  • Roasted and Grilled Meat
  • Pasta Bolognese