Some consider it one of the noblest red grape varieties. Pinot Noir certainly remains one of the most difficult grape varieties to interpret, ever since it was exported from its native lands in Burgundy. Its name comes from the particular compact shape of its cluster, similar to a pine cone. Over the centuries, enthusiasts have let themselves be enraptured by its ruby red colour, its delicate body and its fragrant bouquet capable of evolving and elevating with ageing. Today, Pinot Noir fermented on the skin, together with Glera, becomes Prosecco DOC Rosé, bringing all its bold character into this sophisticated sparkling wine.