Regional Series Pinot Grigio Orange 2018

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Pinot Grigio is one of the most popular wine styles in Australia & you guys are going to be head over heels for the 2018.

As a style, Pinot Grigio is usually quite subdued on the nose, however, ours is bursting with intense white jasmine florals, enhanced by notes of fresh grass and cumquat, the wine simply draws you in. The palate is soft, generous & with some subtle cinnamon spice finishing with a great length.

Pinot Grigio makes a fantastic food wine but keep things simple but flavourful. We suggest a Caprese salad of juicy ox-heart tomatoes, creamy buffalo mozzarella and aromatic basil.

$30.00
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