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Pinot Grigio

PinotGrigio was introduced in the Adige valley around 1950 to produce a Rose wine. It was only afterstrong enological progress in the 1970s that wineries were able to obtain a white wine rich in flavors,more supple and with a lower acidity. CastelPietra Pinot Grigio is produced with grapes from thevineyards along the Adige andNoce river, where it finds its ideal habitat, thanks to the fertile soil.

12%
Alcohol content
10-12°C (50-54°F)
Serving temperature
Characteristics
Production area
PinotGrigio was introduced in the Adige valley around 1950 to produce a Rose wine. It was only afterstrong enological progress in the 1970s that wineries were able to obtain a white wine rich in flavors,more supple and with a lower acidity. CastelPietra Pinot Grigio is produced with grapes from thevineyards along the Adige andNoce river, where it finds its ideal habitat, thanks to the fertile soil.
Vinification
The grapes are strictly hand picked and delivered to the winery within a few hours. Here they areselected and then gently pressed with pneumatic presses. Then the must is cooled at 1516 C andleft for an entire night to clarify. The next day the yeast is added and the alcoholic fermentation atcontrolled temperature (1618 C) is initiated. At the end of the fermentation the run off takes placeand the wine is left on the lees, for about 46 months.
Characteristics
Color: Strawyellow.
Fragrance: Pleasant, delicate and fruity with a floral hint ofcamomile
Flavor: Dry, elegant with a delicate
Pairings
Excellent with appetizers, vegetables, white meats, poultry and fish.