Pinot Grigio is a gray berried grape with a slightly pigmented skin. This is why it is defined neither white nor black, but precisely pink / gray like the peel of certain onions. In order not to lose its peculiar characteristics, the wine is obtained following the classic method of red vinification, ie in contact with the skins, thus obtaining a “coppery” colored wine typical of Pinot Grigio. Defining it macerated white or orange wine is as incorrect as defining it red, we define it “coppery” much closer to the rosé family.
“A vigorous and pulpy but absolutely fine wine. Fluctuating between exuberance and composure. Exciting sips. A wine to be treasured with jealousy, those wines to be shared with very few, in order to appreciate the whole taste-olfactory experience in deep intimacy. “