Pale gold in color. Bright aromas of yellow stone fruits, white flowers and fresh herbs. Flavors of fresh lemon bar and Asian pear excite the palate. There's a voluptuous texture to the wine indicative of lees stirring but braced with a racy, brine-like acidity and a long lingering finish.
The creaminess of the Pinot Grigio with its bright, lemony acidity lends itself to a wide array of foods especially creamier pastas such as risotto, cured meats like salami, crab cakes, grilled fish and many other seafood recipes.