Pinot Gris and Pinot Grigio are exactly the same grape variety, but (and this is key) they have different wine styles. The only reason they are called marginally different names is because they are grown in two very fiercely patriotic countries, France and Italy. Our Italian-style version is lighter, fresher and fruitier. A dream wine to sip on by the pool side on a hot summer’s day.
Pale yellow in colour with aromas of lime, pear and fynbos-honey on the nose. Light and slightly saline on the palate with flavours of citrus and stone fruit.
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The grapes were hand harvested at 21° balling, gently crushed and pressed. After 48 hours settling, the clean juice was cold fermented in stainless steel tanks. Only free run juice was used. The wine spent time on fine lees before it was stabilized and bottled.
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Pale yellow in colour
Lime, pear and fynbos-honey on the nose.
Light and slightly saline on the palate with flavours of citrus and stone fruit.
100% Pinot Grigio