Pinot Grigio is the Italian name for the variety known as Pinot Gris in France. In France it is grown in Burgundy and particularly in Alsace where it produces richly flavoured wines. Although French in origin it is more widely planted in Germany, where it is known as Rulander, and Italy where it is grown in the north-east regions of Friuli, Alto Adige and Veneto, and as far south as Emilia-Romagna. The Brown Family was one of the first Australian wine producers to embrace the variety.
This versatile wine is proving to be a popular choice for any occasion, with or without food. Try this wine with sage and burnt butter gnocchi that is topped with aged parmesan cheese. Alternatively, this wine is always a great match to an antipasto platter containing artichokes, olives, asparagus and prosciutto.
|Brand||Brown Brothers Wines|
|Grape Type||pinot grigio|
|Wine Region||south australia|
|Wine Sub Region||victoria|