I received the 3 bottles and immediately noticed that the wine color was brownish not pink (more like weak tea). I opened one bottle and tasted it then asked my wife to try it. Both reactions were that the wine was old and rancid, not drinkable. Called your 800 number and talked to a representative he told me nothing he could do but would talk to sales person and email a return shipping label. Instead I received an email telling me that your co. would issue a credit for $10.59 (paid 12.49) and nothing about the remaining 2 bottles.I request a full credit for the remaining 2 and will send them back with your vreturn shipping label.
If not, I will take other steps. The Sartori is fine.
A lovely pale color is the entree into a light, citrusy, floral aroma of almond, pear and green apple. It delights the palate with complex flavors.
Wine Maker Notes
One hundred percent Pinot Grigio grapes are pressed with just the right amount of contact with their skins to give it its delightful color and character. The grapes are then processed in the tried-and-true ways of the best white wines in controlled temperatures.
Pinot Grigio grapes, make this “Pink” wine something to truly boast about. The grapes stay undisturbed until they are completely mature and then picked at their prime for a premium outcome. Pinot Grigio is a mutation of Pinot Noir. As a result, Pinot Grigio grapes grow in a hue of colors.