Pinot Grigio

Wines of the Piave

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Refined and elegant, a sip of pleasure!
Grape originally from Burgundy, it derives from a gemmary mutation of Pinot Noir.
Cultivated in Italy and Veneto as early as 1800, it owes its name to the particular color
copper of its bunches, small and very compact.
Pinot Grigio, with its characteristic bouquet and golden straw color, reminds us
the floral aromas of the fields and the grass gently dried in the sun on hot summer days
and brings to mind scenes of everyday life of our grandparents, engaged in the traditional
hay harvest.


Recommended recipe: Trout with trendy Piave asparagus