Boasting seven centuries of winegrowing tradition, the Josef Brigl Winery is now investing in its future. The Pinot Bianco is filled in the 750-millilitre Borgognotta bottle, which is produced at Vetropack’s Trezzano sul Naviglio plant.
The bottle’s tapered shoulders and long neck lend it a distinctive air of elegance, further emphasised by its cuvée colour. The Borgognotta perfectly mirrors the fresh and fruity Pinot Bianco, which stands out thanks to its pleasantly sweet vanilla notes.
The Brigl winery in South Tyrol has been a symbol of the winegrowing and pressing tradition since the 14th century. The winery only uses grapes from its own vineyards and selected winegrowers to make its premium-quality wines. The production process blends tradition and state-of-the-art technology. The Pinot Bianco grapes come from the Haselhof Winery, located 550 metres above sea level in Colterenzio. The Burgundy’s straw-yellow colour embodies the many days of sunshine that the cultivation area enjoys.