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Pigato

NO AROMATIC WINE VARIETY WITH LIGHT BERRY
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  • History: The name cames from the “pighe” : the dark spots that appear on the ripe berries. The first reliable attestations of the presence of the Pigato in Liguria date back to ‘800 Century. Today it is cultivated in the provinces of Savona and Imperia.

  • Grape: medium, compact, conical, sometimes winged, medium berry, golden-yellow color, quite thick
    skin. Maturation in September, forwarded in areas that are further away from the coast.

  • Vinification: White, dry. A straw-colored wine is obtained, also with golden reflections. Ample, fruity bouquet.
    Fruity taste of yellow peach, sage and honey, soft, with good body. Also passito.

  • Denomination: DOC Riviera Ligure di Ponente