The grapes come from vineyards in Montagna, Tramin and Egna, planted in calcareous clay and pebble soils at altitudes ranging from 250 to 500 meters.
The grapes for this wine were gently pressed off to steel tanks immediately after harvest. The must was allowed to ferment at controlled temperature without malolactic fermentation.
Pinot Grigio is part of the Burgundian Pinot family and is related to Pinot Bianco and the principal grape of Pinot family, Pinot Noir. In France this grape is called Pinot Gris and in Germany Rulander. Pinot Grigio is a white wine with full, rich extract and is pale yellow in colour. Its flavour is delicate and pleasantly soft with lasting notes of nuts and honey. This wine pairs well with dishes based on mushrooms, fish and seafood. Recommended as an aperitif.