Ca del Lago

Pinot Grigio

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R 195

Ready to ship   available1 X 54 Sold only in multiples of 6 Bottles

750 ml (Standard)

NV


Cultivar:

100% Pinot Grigio

Country:

Italy

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Specifications:

11.50% alc vol Sugar g/l: N/A
Type: White Wine Cellaring Potential: 3 yrs
Origin: Lombardia Appellation: Pavia IGT

Tasting Notes:

A fuller bodied style of Pinot Grigio from Sicily with warm stone fruit and white blossom highlights. Delicious balance of pear drops, white peaches and hints of elderflower, crisp, fresh with lovely wonderful balance of fruit acidity.

White Peach
White Peach

Citrus
Citrus

Elderflower
Elderflower

Pear Drop
Pear Drop

Established by the Pizzolo family in 1986, Cantina Bortolato Emanuela is one of the largest family-owned wineries in Italy. The main estate is in Calamasino near Lake Garda, where the family continue to build on their success with an uncompromising commitment to quality.

Grapes are de-stemmed and gently pressed. Fermentation takes place at controlled temperatures in stainless steel tanks.

Food pairing

Great pairing for light seafood salads, green and Mozzarella salads. Ideal partner to shell fish and delicate white fish.

White Fish Vegetables Soft Cheese Seafood
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