Probably the most popular white wine variety in the world, the Italian version is light on its feet and fruity. Citrus and melon aromas make you forget about the daily routine and bring a piece of dolce vita to the terrace.
Pecorino is an autochthonous grape variety from the Abruzzo region in central Italy. The cool nights and the relatively high altitude of the vineyards (600 m above sea level) give the wine its fine spiciness, often reminiscent of acacia honey.
Pinot Grigio has become a real classic among the wines that go with everyday life: Light, fresh and uncomplicated, with the scent of pear and apple, it is a good companion to the cold dinner or pasta!
The salmon-colored version of the popular Pinot Grigio delle Venezie emphasizes the fruity-tart notes of raspberry and rhubarb. Responsible for the wonderful color are the slightly reddish skins of the - actually white - grape variety Pinot Grigio.
White wine from Sicily. In fact, Italy's southernmost island is known for its extract-rich white wines, which are often a touch richer than their northern counterparts. This Pinot Grigio is spicy, with a slight smokiness, making it a suitable food companion.
Soave is a low-acid, mineral white wine from northern Italy. It is named after the region of the same name in the western Veneto. The grape variety for the wine is the "Garganega", which produces wines with a fine almond fragrance.