As I’ve written before, there are a lot of ‘meh’ Pinot Grigios on the shelves. This one, in a tall bottle and from Trentino, Italy looked promising. I thought it was good, slightly different to the majority of Pinot Grigios; it had an interesting initial taste and a little complexity – good value at £6.
Tasting notes: Straw colour. Initially some mineral notes. Hints of peach and apple.
Region of Origin – Trentino
Wine Colour – White
Price – £6 reduced from £7
Where do I get it from? Sainsbury
Current Vintage – 2016
Producer – Rocca Murer/Cavit
Grape – 100% Pinot Grigio
Country – Italy
Points – 88
Food Pairing: This would go well with fish dishes, pasta etc. We had it with haggis, mashed swede and potatoes. Don’t judge me.