Whilst this lovely, organic, Pinot Grigio comes from an estate who specialise in top notch proseccos it was, when we tasted it, clearly a cut above a lot of other examples of this grape. Its slightly more expensive than many more straight forward Pinot Grigios, but we certainly think its well worth the extra.
It has honest flavours of ripe stone fruits, peach, pear and nectarine with lovely soft lemon as well. Dry, rounded and smooth with a good length and clean finish. Mouth filling, certainly highly approachable, but at the same time wonderfully rewarding.