Pinot Grigio Grivò

Pinot Grigio Grivò

White wine, 75 cl, Friuli, Italy, 2019Friuli Colli Orientali DOC, Volpe Pasini
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Category
White wine
Grape varieties
Notes
Pale straw yellow; fine, delicate varietal apple and pear aromas; dry and smooth on the palate with seductive fruity notes; great, drinkable white wine with good substance.
Vinification
Removed in steel tank
Alcohol
12.5 %
Format
75 cl
Storage bar
Min. 2 year(s) from 2021
Producer
Awards / Ratings
James Suckling(2016):
91/100 points
Variety sheet
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"Grivo is one of our most popular white wines. It goes very well with aperitifs or simple dishes. In the gastronomy it is often served by the glass. Volpe Pasini is one of the most innovative family businesses in Friuli. During the grape harvest they work with dry ice to prevent premature fermentation. The main result of this technique is a more intense and complex bouquet".

Gianni Vergani

Producer

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Dr. Emilio Rotolo, owner of the Volpe Pasini for several years now, thanks to his great organizational talent, has achieved the ambitious goals within a short time. The winery covers 52 hectares of vineyards, 60% of which are planted with white grape varieties and 40% with red varieties. The annual production is 250'000 bottles. In the centre of the estate is the manor house dating from 1596. The estate and winery is one of the oldest in the region and is now able to combine centuries of tradition with professionalism and entrepreneurial spirit.

http://www.volpepasini.it

"Grivo is one of our most popular white wines. It goes very well with aperitifs or simple dishes. In the gastronomy it is often served by the glass. Volpe Pasini is one of the most innovative family businesses in Friuli. During the grape harvest they work with dry ice to prevent premature fermentation. The main result of this technique is a more intense and complex bouquet".

Gianni Vergani