Pignoletto and the wines of the Bolognese Hills

Pignoletto:
Pignoletto is the autochthonous vine that gives its name to the wine considered the "King of the Bolognese Hills".

Pignoletto wine has a straw yellow color with greenish reflections. It has an intense, fruity aroma with notes of hawthorn flowers. It has a dry, fresh, harmonious and quite persistent taste.

Pignoletto is available in the following varieties: Classico – Superiore – Frizzante – Spumante - Passito

Barbera:
It is obtained from 85% Barbera grapes and from 15% authorized black grapes grown exclusively in the Bolognese Hills.

Sauvignon:
It is obtained from 85% Sauvignon Blanc grapes and from 15% authorized white grapes grown exclusively in the Bolognese Hills.

Merlot:
It is obtained from from 85% Merlot grapes and 15% from authorized black grapes and cultivated in the Bolognese Hills.

Cabernet Sauvignon:
It is obtained from 85% Cabernet Sauvignon grapes and from 15% other authorized red grapes (including Merlot).

You can also find the Pinot, the Italic Rieling and the Chardonnay grapes in the Bolognese Hills.