Pinot Grigio, a native of the Burgundy region but cultivated all over the world, is a grey-pink-violet grape variety that produces expressive whites with good alcohol content. Introduced in Italy to relaunch white wine production, over time it has become an important protagonist of the country's wine scene, especially in the Friuli, Veneto and South Tyrol regions, where it produces some of its best expressions. The Grand Cru wines of Alsace are famous and are prestigious labels that stand at the forefront of the typology, together with the wines from the Mosel Valley in Germany. These are white wines with a golden colour and pink highlights, an intense bouquet and a full, mellow flavour with a slightly bitter aftertaste. Characteristics that have made this wine popular all over the world and made it the ideal choice for unforgettable gastronomic experiences with fish, vegetables, cheese and foie gras.
In the Valle dei Laghi north of Lake Garda comes a wine of remarkable elegance and delicacy. A label that does not invade the palate but accompanies it with light floral and fruity hints
Artisanal wine from the Moselle region, macerated for 14 days on its skins. Expressive and dynamic, with hints of caramel, orange and green apple.