From the Dolomites at the foothills of the Alps. This is a serious PG, not the usual lollywater. Crisp and crunchy. more green apples than ripe pears, some minerals and a strong line of acid. Might need more time.90 pts - Ken Gargett (Wine Pilot)
The Trentino region in Italy, at the foot of the Italian Alps, is famous as ground zero for the Pinot Grigio grape and wines. The grapes used for this Reserve bottling hail from vineyards around Zambana. A soft pressing is used and fermentation in a mix of stainless steel and small oak barrels. Deep yellow colour. The nose offers pears and stonefruit, quite pleasing aromatics, with hints of lemon curd. With plenty of fresh acidity here, there is medium length and a tidy finish. Enjoy now and over the next year or two.