Pinot Grigio was long considered a varietal that could only flourish in northern Italy. But with just one taste of San Angelo Pinot Grigio from the Castello Banfi estate, wine lovers have been persuaded that the gentle climate of Tuscany may be even more ideal for Pinot Grigio production.San Angelo Pinot Grigio is an elegant wine of pale-straw color, with an intense, fruity aroma, followed by a clean, rich, refreshing taste. These characteristics distinguish the unique and aristocratic San Angelo Pinot Grigio from its northern counterparts.San Angelo Pinot Grigio is a delightful complement to light fare, seafood and simple veal and poultry dishes. Above all, it is a superb aperitif.
Pale straw color, with intense and fresh aromas of flowers but also of lime, pear, peaches and citrus. On the palate the wine is lively and persistent thanks to a pleasing but not aggressive acidity. Balanced and fresh; flavors on the palate support those of the bouquet.
"A round, lightly floral wine with a fullness and spice that brings lots of appeal. The fruit flavors are completely ripe, edging into the tropical, and the ripeness makes you want to take another sip."Publication: Wine & Spirits