Perfect for a summer lunch, the wine is light enough to delicately pair with a salad, a cold deli sandwich or cold seafood. The acid is balanced nicely, not overpowering the palate but pricking the tongue with a nice tease of tart up front. With floral notes as well as hints of pear and green apple, it finishes with the slightest trace of caramel (yeah, weird huh?). Be warned, however, that any dish with even an inkling of powerful flavors will turn the wine into listless dishwater, which isn't necessarily a bad characteristic, as Pinot Grigios are usually not meant for center stage.
TasteOn the palate, it shows excellent fruit breadth set in a silky texture with gentle acidic underpinning.ColorPale straw yellow.AromaAromas of ripe pear and tree fruit with floral and almond notes.
Crisp with rich flavors of ripe apples and pears. Slightly more bold than most Italian Pinot Grigios.
Great with ethnic cuisines: Pan Asian, Thai, Indian, Sushi and Fusion.