Castel Pietra is in north-eastern Italy’s Dolomiti IGT (Indicazione Geografica Tipica). The Pinot Grigio is produced with grapes from the vineyards along the Adige and Noce river, where it finds its ideal habitat thanks to the fertile soil and very cool climate.

Castel Pietra is part of the well-regarded Mezzacorona wine cooperative whose vineyards run from Lake Garda to the foothills of the towering Dolomites. Thanks to a spectrum of microclimates, ranging from Mediterranean to Alpine and profiting from over a century of winemaking experience, Mezzacorona planted vines in the optimal zones for the needs of each varietal, allowing the terroir to bring out the best of the fruit’s aroma and flavours.

Pinot Grigio was introduced in the Adige valley around 1950 to produce a Rose wine. It was only after strong enological progress in the 1970s that wineries were able to obtain a white wine rich in flavors, more supple and with a lower acidity.


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