In the glass, it’s a nice red hue that’s not particularly intense, as is typical of Pinot Nero, unlike the tartan label that certainly isn't typical.
It gives off intense scents recalling small red berries, cherries and wild violets.
You'll taste the wine’s good structure and it’s easy on the palate thanks to its soft rotund nature. Well-balanced on all levels, it has good persistence and an excellent aromatic nature. Serve in large glasses - and don't forget to pour me one too please.