Jermann Pinot Grigio 2016
Wine Review Onlinecom Jermann’s Pinot Grigio explains why that grape has taken the world by storm. This one’s the real thing. And don’t let the lowly IGT designation, instead of a more prestigious DOC or DOCG classification, deter you. In Italy, the official categories often don’t correspond to quality, as this wine demonstrates. Floral notes leap from the glass and are followed by good concentration, a sublime texture and a glorious finish. If you want to know what Pinot Grigio really tastes like, try this one.
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