Primary aromas are typical of Pinot Nero (strawberry, cherry, blueberry, violet) and they become much more complex with time.
The attack is fresh, harmonious and complex. Service temperature 16°C.
Il Chiuso is named after the farm, where Pinot Nero was planted in 1984 with Morey-Saint-Denis clones (Burgundy).
This noble variety cultivated in predominately chalky soil at approximately 500 metres above sea level results in a sublimely elegant wine,
which is exquisitely balanced, replete with fruity overtones and plush tannins.