Showing an intriguing aroma of orange zest, punctuated by beeswax and honeysuckle, this wine immediately begs to be sampled. The taste does not disappoint, with grapefruit tanginess driving a soft and lingering acidity that lasts a long time on the finish.
Pinot Grigio is a grape that can have a hard time making up its mind. When labeled as Pinot Gris it tends to be aged in oak and very full-bodied, sometimes even made using the grape skins, like red wine. When labeled as Pinot Grigio it takes on a lighter and softer texture with more bright acidity, which is exactly what we did with this wonderful example.
Food Pairing Notes
A smooth and balanced wine that begs for a watermelon salad or ceviche.