Bortoluzzi Pinot Grigio has been around for quite a while. Only as recently as this year has this Italian Pinot Grigio really picked up in popularity, however.
Cranberry Liquors says “Mark my words…”
‘Old World wine’ is making a comeback!
Tasting notes: Straw yellow color, crystal-clear. The nose is intense and persistent, recalling fresh fruit and spring flowers. Mellow and fresh at the same time, structured, showing balance, body and persistence.
Food accompaniment: Fish-based first courses – also raw fish; risottos; wonderful aperitif.
Variety: 100% Pinot Grigio
Vinification: Grapes are harvested exclusively by hand , and soft-pressed whole. After having been cold-decanted. Then the must is fermented at a controlled temperature of approx. 17° Celsius (62.6° Fahrenheit), in stainless steel tanks. The wine then sojourns [sur] lie until March.