Pinot Noir, a native of France, has been grown since 1850 in South Tyrol; here, it is called Pinot Nero (Blauburgunder in German). The vine, which originates in Burgundy, is a big challenge for any winemaker. It makes great demands not only in terms of both soil and climate, but also on the winemaker. Since 1995, only the best and oldest vineyards have been used for the Sanct Valentin Pinot Noir. Low yields and accurate care will ensure a fine, very sensual red wine. The wineryâ€™s most important red wine shines in the glass with finesse, fruit, well-balanced body and fine tannins. It has excellent aging potential.