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Wine obtained from a selection of Pinot nero, coming from a vine of 3 hectares exposed to the west, aged about 10 years, located on the left bank in the valley of Judrio, which flows from north to south.
At the center of the label is the apse of a small church near the vineyard, frescoed by several blue flowers by Giacomo Meneghini, some blue violas and two commemorative phrases of Angelo's grandfather. There is also the papal coat of arms in memory of the pope's disappearance, which took place on a particular day, the one in which this soil suitable for the Blauburgunder variety plant was identified, in which blue violets grew, with color and nuances typical of Pinot Noir.
The name Lonsblau comes from "Lons", the name given to the vineyard and "Blau" for the colour of the blue violets and as a reference to the Blauburgunder grape variety.
In 2012 vintage were produced no. 2740 bottles.