Refreshing Italian Pinot Grigio Wineland Italy is still known for its strong red wines such as Brunello, Barolo or Chianti, but in recent years the whites engaged in an unprecedented advance. It is therefore a matter of time before Italy is synonymous with its exuberant and fresh white wines that even a Sauvignon Blanc from New Zealand simply fade away. Tasting note Orizzonti Pinot Grigio is a beautiful and exuberant white wine from Italy. The smell and taste dominates the ripe fruit such as melon, pear and apricot. Also there seater nuances of flowers and herbs. It's a fresh, juicy and fruity wine with a beautiful circular structure and a good balance in acidity. The long fruity aftertaste is pleasant and stays a long time. Made from 100% Pinot Grigio grapes optimally can linger in the glorious Mediterranean climate of Veneto. Pinot Grigio Sauvignon Blanc was the last years still alone as most popular white grape variety, pinot grigio is hard road to take over this place. It is therefore a very special white grape, also known as pinot gris. The grape is a sister of the Pinot Noir grape, a grape that we know of red wine, particularly from Burgundy. The Pinot Grigio fits perfectly with the Mediterranean climate of Italy and provides wines with many impressions of tropical fruit and floral scents such as jasmine and wild roses. They are fresh and accessible wines that can be enjoyed on the terrace but also combine very well with a fresh salad or fish.