The grapes to produce Pinot Nero IGT Trevenezie Sacchetto were destemmed to reduce the levels of tannins in the resulting wine, pressed and macerated to extract aromatics, flavour and fine tannins. Fermentation took place with selected yeasts in temperature controlled stainless steel tanks. Pinot Nero IGT Trevenezie Sacchetto was kept in tank until bottled, preserving the fruity characteristics of the vine.
The grapes are grown in IGT Trevenezie where the soils in the vineyard are made up of marl. IGT Trevenezie is situated in the North East of Italy and encompasses the regions of Fruili Venezie Giulia, Trentino-Alto Adige and the Veneto. The IGT was created as of 2017, it was previously known as IGt delle Venezie.
Cantina Sacchetto was founded in 1920 and today is run by Filiberto Sacchetto, his son Paolo and daughter Beatrice who oversee all aspects of the winemaking process and aim to produce the best possible examples of wines for which the Veneto region is famous.