Franz Haas Pinot Nero 2011

Black cherries-plum jam and hints of clove tannins, it is a modern wine.

(92 Points)

Facts: Pinot Nero grows on the Mazzon, Pinzano, Gleno and Montagna hills in areas selected carefully for their micro-climate, which over the years have been shown to be ideal for the production of this great wine. The individual vineyards are situated at altitudes varying between 350 and 700 meters, including a great diversity of soils. In fact, muddy terrain can be found just a few meters from completely different soil, such as sandy, chalky, and gravelly. Thanks to the density of planting, varying between 8,000 and 12,000 vines per hectare, the grape rendered is of the highest quality. The final internal selection of very low yield clones allows for a stable and continuous development of quality over the years.

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