Pignoletto is a grape grown in Emilia Romagna, originally thought to be related to Pinot Bianco or Italian Riesling yet now shown, via DNA research, to be practically identical to the Grechetto grape grown around Todi in Umbria. This is a sparkling wine and the grape also produces still table wines.
Numa is produced using the Charmat method and is a wine showing a floral aroma with toasty/yeasty notes and a fine, persistent bead. Dry and lively on the palate it has a good, soft finish. A good aperitif wine it also matches well with appetisers or light pasta dishes.