Pinot Noir is widely planted
in Italy, it is grown successfully in the regions of; Umbria, Marche, Toscana,
Piemonte, Lombardia, Veneto, Friuli, Valle d’Aosta and Trentino Alto Adige.
Pinot Nero Grapes
The most notable ones are
Adige where it is known as Blauburgunder. The Colline di Bolzano DOC and the Lago
di Caldaro DOC are home to the most acclaimed, they are grown and produced near
the towns of Mazon, Egna, Montagna and Muri Gries.
DOCG where the varietal is used in producing still red, rose, and white wines
as well as Metodo Classico (Methode Champenoise) white and rose sparkling
DOCG where it is one of the three allowed varietals in the Metodo Classico
white or rose sparkling wines.