Produced by Coli, a leading wine producer in Italy since 1926, this Pinot Grigio from the Pavia region inside of Lombardy defines what makes Italian Pinot Grigio great. With its sun laced days and cool winter nights, the grapes get special treatment from Mother Nature, allowing the grapes to ripen consistently, ensure the proper balance of flavors and acids, gifting us an amazing drinking experience. You can expect flavors of citrus zest, apples, pears, and nectarines that is accompanied by slight flavors of almond and ginger. We recommend serving this wine ice cold to maximize its refreshing attributes.
This lovely wine from Bayshore is produced from one of the first vineyards in California planted with Pinot Grigio that originally focused on dessert wines. That is until a wine importer, seeing the potential for table wines, used these grapes to launch a line of food-friendly table wines. Gorgeous aromas jump out of the glass and delicious flavors of melon, citrus and tangerine are completed by a refreshing thread of crisp acidity.
Light and refreshing Villa Amaroso Pinot Grigio is the quintessential summertime wine. It’s made with grapes grown south of Milan and close to the Italian Alps, the definitive source for the world’s best Pinot Grigio. This low-alcohol white flaunts citrus zest, apple, pears and nectarine flavors that mingle with slight almond and ginger notes. Serve it ice cold to maximize the crispness.
Just south of Milan close to the Italian Alps and boarding Alto-Adige, probably the definitive source for the world’s best Pinot Grigio, is where Val di Botte sources the amazing grapes that produce this exquisite white wine. This low alcohol balanced acid driven Pinot Grigio flaunts citrus zest, apple, pears, and nectarine flavors mingling with slight almond and ginger notes. The quintessential summertime wine, it is light, refreshing, and perfect for the season. We recommend this wine served ice cold to maximize the crispness.