This year’s White Fields and Pinot Grigio are a very strong release and goes to show that in the right hands this variety in Australia can work well.
Pizzini Pinot Grigio 2014
What I expect from this variety and what I normally get is two very different things but in the pIzzini version they almost are one. The wine smells like the alpine slopes during an a spring flower festival and I love it so. Imagine walking through the warm alpine forest as the flowers open and a slender Austrian lady offers you a white nectarine and yellow peach from the bosoms. Now drink up.
Drink: Now – 2017