Italian Wines

Pino Grigio:

A mutation of Pinot Noir, which it resembles in the field, Pinot Grigio is the Italian white wine most recognized by American wine consumers. It is most prominent in Alto-Adige, Veneto and especially Friuli, where the finest examples are made in the Collio area. Italians pick the fruit early as it has a tendency to drop acidity when it ripens fully.

Santa Margherita 2009;This dry white wine is pale straw-yellow in color. The clean, intense aroma and dry flavor with pleasant green apple aftertaste make Santa Margherita Pinot Grigio a wine of character and versatility.

Chiante Clasico:
Full bodied rich red wine from Italy’s Tuscany region. This wonerfully food friendly wine is a Sangiovese-based blend with 10-30% Malvasia and Trebbiano.
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