As the popularity of Italian Pinot Grigio has soared, many winemakers have climbed on the bandwagon. But few have the experience and local knowledge of Guiseppe Secchi, the maestro behind this racy and exhilarating, mineral and citrus charged white.
"My favourite Pinot Grigio – the bottle always appears to finish faster than other wines!"
Online Review For the 2017 vintage
Pinot Grigio is one of the most popular whites in the western world, loved for its refreshing, delicate flavours. Inland from Venice, the high altitude Adige Valley is home to some of the best quality examples in Italy, if not the world. This wine was made by local expert Giuseppe Secchi. He named it after a famous local vineyard – on a cone shaped hill that was once home to a Roman temple, approached by a spiralling path lined with pine trees. Cool climate fresh and truly thirst quenching, this wine displays crisp, pure, lemon and grapefruit flavours, a touch of ripe, white stone fruit and a sophisticated, minerally edge. It’s a 'drink anytime' wine but perhaps best enjoyed as an aperitivo, with seafood, grilled fish or summer salads.
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