"Hand-crafted from select Venetian pinot gris grapes. Pure PINOT aromas and flavors -- Extremely versatile with a host of your favorite dishes. Enjoy in moderation as soon as possible. This label will self-destruct in 5 seconds." ~ Winery notes
Tasting Notes: Made in the ‘Saignée Method’ which usually means it will have lighter colors of ruby and notes of strawberry, cherry and peach skin —definitely on the delicate side.
It might surprise you to know that there is also a rosé Pinot Grigio that uses the pale purple skins of the grape to stain the wine a pale copper hue. Producers typically macerate the juice in the skins, –just like rosé– for about 24 for 36 hours. These wines can be found in Friuli and Veneto, Italy. Depending on the producer in Friuli it may offer up nuances of white raspberry, leather, sour cherry and either a meaty note or a dried cranberry sweetness on the finish.
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The Pinot Project began in 2009 with a vision: a wine for the palate, the pocket, and the people. Renowned wine importer Michael Skurnik called on his experiences in the vineyards and cellars of Northern California to craft a silky, fruit-forward, and harmonious Pinot Noir. Since then, The Pinot Project has taken the wine world by storm.
Mission accomplished! The Pinot Project has accomplished its goal of being one of the greatest wine values in the world; with delicious numbers coming out of California and Italy. After the success of the Pinot Noir, the brand has added a California Chardonnay called "The Chard Project," a Pinot Project Pinot Grigio from Italy, and the latest addition, a delicious Rosé!