Beauty is all around us in the works of man and nature. Pausing to observe a patch of sky, a leaf, or a bunch of grapes can give our day a whole new perspective.



Lively and convivial, light and pleasantly fruity, Pignoletto is the typical wine of the province of Bologna.

The Grechetto gentile vine from which the Pignoletto is obtained has grown in the Bologna hills since remote times. 

Bologna is known as “dotta e grassa”, meaning a city of culture and good food

The territory

An ancient grape that found its ideal terrain in this part of Emilia Romagna, becoming an integral part of the characteristic landscape of the hilltops that lie around the city of Bologna. The Bologna hills, long a destination for day trips by the inhabitants of the Emilia Romagna regional capital, now attract tourists from all over the world. 

In the historic centre, the majesty of the squares and towers coexists with the discreet charm of the arcades that stretch right up to the Basilica of San Luca, the eighteenth-century church overlooking the city from a spur 300 metres above sea level.

Pignoletto is doubly linked to the flavourful local specialities: starters, first courses and fish dishes are its favourite companions, and thanks to its lively quality it is  also considered ideal as an aperitif

Grape harvest