Although as a white grape, the Pinot Grigio grape's skins naturally develop a pale purple tinge when the berries are fully ripe, and it is these color pigments that make this wine lightly pink with a pale copper hue.
To obtain its color we macerate the juice in the skins for about 24 to 36 hours.
The grapes used for this wine are hand-picked, handled minimally and fermented with wild ambient yeast in small bins for 16 days.
Appearance: Lovely very pale pink colour.
Aroma: fruity with notes of grapefruit and a little floral with some hints of jasmine.
Flavor: Fresh and lively in the mouth, very refreshing with long persistence for the finale.