Our Central Coast Pinot Grigio exhibits a richness of mouthfeel not normally associated with the variety. Heady aromas of lime, quince and pineapple lead to flavors of citrus, pear and guava, with a slight mineral finish.
While a suitable aperitif, this wine really shows its breeding when paired with food. Lightly herbed poultry, and cream-based pasta dishes work well, as do steamed mussels, clams and other shellfish. Traditional Mediterranean dishes also highlight the qualities of this richly-textured wine.