The wine is made from grapes grown in Trentino / Alto Adige, which was part of Austria before the end of WWII, known as Südtirol (which is mentioned on the label). This is the most impressive Pinot Grigio I’ve tasted in the last year or two, It offers the classic pears and apples, along with citrus notes, backed by the finest acidity. The seamless integration and extraordinary finesse keep you coming back for more.92 pts - Ken Gargett (Wine Pilot)
Another very fine Pinot Grigio from the Sud Tirol region – Trentino/Alto Adige – this is deep lemon in colour, with aromas including green apples, spices, a hint of nectarines and citrus. Fresh, balanced and focused, there is good intensity throughout and lovely lemon notes on the palate. Soft and supple with a fine line of acidity, right through to the persistent finish. Delicious now but no reason it could not be given more time over the next four to five years, during which it should add a touch more complexity and texture. A really good example of Italian Pinot Grigio.