Pinot Grigio is THE white wine classic of Italy. Wines made from this grape, which originally came from France, are extremely popular worldwide because of their delicately fruity charm, their freshness and their balanced, accessible personality. France has its elegant Pinot Gris, Grauburgunder from Germany is becoming increasingly popular, but Italian Pinot Grigio is in its own league of success. Wine fans love its lively temperament and its sunny richness and aromas.
The regions in the north of Italy in particular understand the art of Pinot Grigio, but there are also remarkable representatives of their kind coming from more southern regions, such as the Cantina Tollo Quarantadue Pinot Grigio Terre di Chieti IGT. This cheerful Italian proudly bears his origin Tollo in Abruzzo as geographical coordinates on the label.
The bright, straw-yellow wine is wonderfully juicy and smells of fresh and exotic fruits, and floral aromas are also noticeable. On the palate, the Quarantadue is full of flavor and appears lively, yet harmonious - simply perfect as a summer sundowner.