This wine is straw yellow in the glass with a nose of green apple, pear and white flowers. On the palate, medium-bodied with the same green apple, pear and white flowers as well as lemon-lime. It has a mineral-driven, tart, but only medium-length finish. At around $10 per bottle, the wine also has a fantastic QPR and is surprisingly complex. Thankfully, it has nothing in common with the mass-produced dreck masquerading as Pinot Grigio from Italy. Jermann over-delivers again.
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(Jermann Vinnaioli Pinot Grigio IGT (Venezia Giulia)) This wine, perhaps unsurprisingly, has a rich and golden hue. And on the nose this plushness seems to continue, being heavily fruit-influenced, particularly tropical fruit salad with a good helping of cream, the major relief being some brighter citrus fruit elements also mixed in. The palate continues in the same vein. There is also a low-level minerality too though, but it is certainly the texture and fruit that dominates. Overall it seems quite lazy in its composition, with the acidity taking a back seat. Not the most vibrant wine but there are certainly some enticing flavours here.
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