Pinot Grigio

The grape variety Pinot Grigio is probably a genetic mutation of Pinot Noir. It belongs to the group of varieties so-called “international”, of French origin, and widely cultivated around the world. In Italy it has been widely cultivated, with productions of absolute importance , especially in Trentino and Veneto, and for many years was one of the most “popular wines” of Italian production. Its color is copper, it is often vinified in white but if vinified in contact with the skins takes up the natural color orange. This grape variety gives wine with a straw yellow color with golden highlights. The nose is slightly fragrant, fruity, dry, alcoholic, soft, fresh, harmonious and balanced.