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The Rotenberg vineyard is located on the top of the Hengst hillside, facing west to north-west, on a red thin limestone soil. Usually the grapes ripen slowly on this steep hillside, and it isn’t unusual ...
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The nose is tight and shut at first, but long aeration for days or weeks allows the nose to show beautiful fruity aromas of pears, quince and citrus. It is easy here to detect a higher ripeness, despite ...
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Pinot Grigio does not have particularly striking characteristics, which is perhaps what makes it so drinkable. It is a rather dry wine with a high acidity and refreshing citrus flavor. Its strongest flavors include lime, pear, green apple, lemon and white nectarine. Its aroma gives off faint honey, floral, almond and spice notes without any aspect of its profile being overpowering. It is similar to an unoaked Chardonnay but often comes off as being less sweet as a side effect of its acidity.
Serve Pinot Grigio ice cold for the most refreshing flavor. Its food pairings make Pinot Grigio an ideal when for when you are thinking of hosting a fine outdoor dinner on a balmy summer evening. Plan for a fresh salad and flaky tilapia or shellfish dish for dinner. Top it off with fresh fruit for dessert to pair well with your Pinot Grigio throughout the evening. This wine also pairs well with sushi for two when you are looking to cozy up for the night. Go fresh when looking to pair this simple wine with food.
Feel like you are baking in the sun on a hot summer's day? Make those scorchers more tolerable with Pinot Grigio from Wine Chateau. Forget lemonade and popsicles. Where is the fun in a non-alcoholic refresher? It's the summer. Time to enjoy the patio or sit poolside with a bottle Pinot Grigio. Bring friends along, too, but remind them to bring their own bottles from Wine Chateau because you will want this one to yourself.