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VineCo Original Series

Pinot Grigio, Italy

Our VineCo Original Series Pinot Grigio from Italy bursts with orchard flavors of green apple, lemon, and lime.
This wine is a bright wine well-suited for bright and sunny Summer meals. Pair this Pinot Grigio with light dishes or seafood like crab cakes, calamari, or a bowl of spicy ceviche.

 

  • Alcohol 12.5%
  • Sweetness Dry
  • Body Light-Medium
  • Oak None
  • Time to Ready 4 weeks
  • Yield ~30 x 750ml
  • Price $71.99

Brand VineCo Original Series

WHEN YOU WANT AN ALL-AROUND EASY DRINKING WINE TO SUIT ANY OCCASION. VineCo Original Series TM – approachable and delicious wines to have on hand for all of life’s special (and not so special) events. Join us on a tour of the most popular wine growing countries and experience the truly satisfying feeling of crafting your very own stellar wines. From Italy to Australia, delicious adventure awaits. Ready to bottle in just 4 weeks.

Varietal Pinot Grigio

Known as Pinot Gris in France, this cousin of the Chardonnay grape is now more readily known as Pinot Grigio (the Italian version). Pinot Gris typically offers good fruit and medium body while Pinot Grigio wines are lively, zippy and crisp. Both are great with a variety of foods and are a great sipper on a hot summer day. Pinot Grigios and Pinot Gris are currently Canada's favourite white wines.

Region Italy

Italy is an ‘Old World’ growing region making a variety of styles of wine. Famous for the white Pinot Grigio grape and of course its reds including Amarone, Sangiovese, Nebbiolo and others. Of course Italian wines pair very well with Italian foods.

Sweetness Dry

Dry wines like Cabernet and Pinot Grigio have no perceptible amount of sweetness to the drinker and will often be detected as having a drying character in the mouth.

Body Light-Medium

Typically lighter in colour and have lighter tannins. May have residual sugar.

Oak None

No oak is present as is the case for most whites, rosés and light, fruity reds.