Here's an Italian pinot grigio that has a bit more 'stuffing' than usual. Smells of stone fruits, citrus, green pears and and dried grass savouriness waft out of the glass, whilst the palate is a bit fleshier than usual, with some richness to the stone fruit and citrus flavours, a flinty line of acidity, and a dry, refreshing finish. These wines are great with any kind of seafood!
Exclusive estate production of the vineyards located along the Adige Valley at the foothills of the Dolomities. This varietal presents tight clusters with sweet grey, dark-bluish coloured berries.Pinot Grigio is characterised by its balance, finesse and elegance.
Nose: Fruity with a floral hint of camomile.
Palate: Dry, elegant with a delicate acidity.
Food: Ideal as an aperitif. It pairs well with appetisers, white meats and fish.