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Bella Sera Pinot Grigio 15 2010
Our Bella Sera Pinot Grigio comes from the Veneto region of northeast Italy, home to a staggering variety of grapes, including the wildly popular Pinot Grigio. This wine is crisp and refreshing, enhanced with lovely aromas and floral characteristics. A great choice before dinner, it also pairs beautifully with light pastas, herbed chicken and fish.
Bella sera wines come from vineyards located in the renown Tre Venezie and Toscana regions of Italy.
There was very little that was special about this wine for me, but it would be great for those who might wish to avoid a rich and complex white. A perfect wine for anyone looking to just have an inexpensive something to go with a weeknight dinner in, I find it best served with authentic Italian pasta dishes.
This wine is very gentle and smooth and it will get you there nice and right. For the price you can not beat it with a stick.Try it once and you will fall in love!!!!!!
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No doubt this is a simple wine, but it's zippy freshness and overall informality wins it points. You can't go wrong here: the wine is clean, tonic and drinks ever so easily, sip after refreshing sip. A small percentage of Chardonnay is added for extra creaminess.
No doubt this is a simple wine, but itrsquo;s zippy freshness and overall informality wins it points. You canrsquo;t go wrong here: the wine is clean, tonic and drinks ever so easily, sip after refreshing sip. A small percentage of Chardonnay is added for extra creaminess.
Shows decent fruit, with floral hints giving way to peach and nectarine flavors tinged with honey and tangerines. Light in weight and not very concentrated, but a pleasant little sipper that finishes on a grapefruity note.
Lime and green apples on the nose, with a floral note as well. Itrsquo;s medium-bodied, featuring a sharp, citrusy edge to the finish.
Grown in the gravelly clay and limestone soil of the eastern Veneto region, this pale-straw-colored wine is crisp, dry, fresh-tasting and fruity. It is light in body and well-balanced.
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