Alcohol : 12,5%
Grape(s) : Pinot Grigio
Localisation : Friuli, Italy
Tasting Notes : The Pinot Grigio Monovitigno is the undisputed top seller in the di Lenardo range. Its succulent fruit charm reminicent of Pears, banana and apricot enchants the wine-consumers all around the world. After 1-2 years of bottle aging, aromas as roasted almonds and straw will appear. The balance is wonderful with its almost creamy body and the mild acid, it tastes dry and very soft. Again hand-picking is obligatory here.
Food Pairing : We recommend it especially for fish, risotto or spaghetti carbonara, but ultimately this wine is an all-rounder, which fits almost every occasion .
The Domain : Established in 1878, the Di Lenardo Vineyards Estate is still a family operation, run today by Massimo Di Lenardo. It comprises some 375 acres, 125 of which are planted to vines, in the Friuli Venezia Giulia region set among the foothills of the Alps. And, although the property is planted to nine different varietals, the winery is arguably most closely associated with Pinot Grigio.