Italian Wine Rosè Pinot Grigio

Organoleptic characteristics: The Pinot Grigio wine has a color ranging from pale yellow to coppery yellow and has a strong, pleasant and characteristic fruity aroma. In the mouth it is dry or soft, harmonious and balanced. Historical-cultural information and curiosities: The Pinot Grigio wine is a genetic mutation of Pinot Noir grape variety, originally from Burgundy, and was imported to Italy about a century ago in the area of ​​Como, to be extended in Veneto, Friuli and Trentino. Like all the Pinot grapes, itis very difficult to cultivate and to vinify, but in Triveneto this variety finds a suitable climate, so that the wine produced from the grapes has been, for several years, the most appreciated in Italy. Serving suggestions: The Pinot Grigio wine is excellent accompanied by dishes of fish or white meats, with cheese and salami. It is consumed as an aperitif accompanied by light appetizers. Production area: In Italy it is mainly produced in Trentino-Alto Adige, Veneto and Friuli-Venezia Giulia. Grape varieties that are allowed to produce it: Pinot Grigio.