Typically fresh and fruity, this Pinot Grigio has a soft acidity and a mouthwatering finish.
The fermentation took place partially in tanks and oak barrels, which enables the oak to play a supporting role without overpowering the delicate fruit character. In 2015, a warm and sunny spring was followed by above average rainfall January. Dry weather in March however help the ripening and delivered good yield and good quality grapes. Containing some of the higher, cooler vineyard sites in the state, the Central Ranges is an important, recently designated wine-growing zone.
Enjoy this wine chilled with fish/shellfish, salads & picnics. It's a perfect match to Asian food, white meat and seafood dishes.