Pinot Nero Mirano – CASCINA LODOLA

CASCINA LODOLA producer’s sheet

Pinot Noir is the cross and delight of the greatest winemakers in the world: a difficult vine to cultivate, it needs special care, a rare work that manages to express itself in all its grandeur only in some environments and in some vintages. This meticulous attention gives unique flavors to the resulting wine. Cascina Lodola has accepted the challenge and has been producing this Pinot Noir since 2018. The result is an absolutely typical and seductive wine, with a characteristic aroma, which recalls small fruits such as currant, blueberry, blackberry and raspberry. A soft, elegant and complex flavor of extraordinary persistence.

My passion for Pinot Noir stems from a trip to Burgundy.
It is a wine for free thinkers, for those who do not allow themselves to be limited, for free souls.
Let’s say it’s my wine, it’s the wine that doesn’t make me sleep, it’s the fixed one that makes me cry but also rejoice. When Pinot Noir is good, it is the perfect wine.
I like Pinot Noir because it is the most minimal grape in the world. It is not as colorful as Cabernet, it is not as soft as Merlot, it is not as powerful as Nebbiolo. Pinot Noir, first of all, is not.
It is dedicated to the one who took over this farmhouse in the 1950s, the one who taught me what the land and the vineyard are.
My grandmother, Mirano Angioletta … a great red for a great woman.



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Grape variety



General informations

  • Denomination: Denominazione di Origine Controllata

  • Grapes: 100% Pinot Nero


  • Exposure: north/west

  • Soil type: calcareous – clayey soil

  • Altitude: 520 meters above sea level

  • Training system: espalier with guyot pruning

  • Harvest: the grapes are harvested by hand in 20 kg perforated boxes, in the first days of September.

Wine processing

  • Vinification: the vinification of the grapes takes place in open tanks, in which the fermenting must comes into contact with the skins through frequent pumping over and punching down.
    Thanks to these techniques the coloring substances and the aromas contained in the peel are extracted and passed to the wine. At the end of fermentation it is transferred from steel to barriques in which malolactic fermentation takes place and, subsequently, maturation for about 10 months.


  • Colour: ruby ​​red that varies from light to intense depending on the vintage

  • Bouquet: its bouquet seduces with complex and layered aromas of fruit, such as ripe berries and cherries, spicy notes of pepper and leather also perceived on the palate

  • Taste: in the mouth the wine impresses with its light and velvety tannins, with elegance and finesse, and with its harmonious structure and body that make it very long-lived

  • Serving temperature: 16° – 18° C to better appreciate its complexity and its aromas.

  • Match with: goes perfectly with game and red meats

Analytical data

  • Alcohol content: 13 % vol

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