Hailing from the uber-cool climate of Argentina, this is not a flimsy PG. It has a bit more body than most pinot grigio styles, some would say it's more gris than grigio, and displays aromas of fleshy stone fruits with hints of honey and slatiness. The palate is a little bit fruity, but the feature is the crisp, crunchy acidity that drives the flavour and freshens the dry finish. It would balance out creamy dishes quite well.
Appearance: Brilliant straw in colour
Nose: Ripe peach and honey mead with underlying flint
Palate: Rich peach characters carry on to the palate to support a
lovely silky mouth feel. Crisp mineral acidity features
throughout the palate, supporting sound fruit weight and a
clean refreshing finish.
Notes: Jed Pinot Grigio is grown in the Uco Valley which is in
the upper limits of the Mendoza wine region. The pristine
Uco Valley is the most exciting white wine producing region
in Argentina. This wine was made with minimal winemaker
intervention to yield a vibrant and fresh style.