Pinot Grigio D.O.C.
White – A story of tradition
The term “pinot” seems to derive from “cone”, and more specifically “small cone”, meaning both the modest size of the bunch, and the characteristic of having the berries thick, appressed, just like the scales of a cone. Vinified in white, i.e. without skins, it has a straw yellow color. The clean and intense aroma and the dry taste with a pleasant hint of apple, make it a wine of great character and versatility.
Rai di San Polo di Piave (TV)
Vinification takes place in white, with separation from the skins
Color: straw yellow
Bouquet: elegant, broad and complex; hints of fruit such as peach and apricot
Taste: round and velvety, well-balanced; in the finish, it recalls the scent of fresh fruit
Excellent with all types of fish, risottos and fresh cheeses
12 – 14 °C