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Bella Sera Pinot Grigio 15 2011
The 2005 Bella Sera Pinot Grigio has a yellow-gold color and aromas of apple and lemon with pear overtones. The wine is medium-bodied with a clean, crisp palate and a light finish. Intense aromatics and good balance characterized this year’s vintage. Bella Sera Pinot Grigio is a perfect complement to grilled vegetables, light pastas, and seafood. FINISHED WINE: Varietal Content: 85% Pinot Grigio, 12% Chardonnay Trentino DOC, and 3% Suramaturo (late harvest Chardonnay) Appellation: Tre Venezie Titratable Acidity: 0.5g/ 100mL pH: 3.3 Alcohol Level: 12.5% Residual Sugar: 0.2g/100ml
Bella sera wines come from vineyards located in the renown Tre Venezie and Toscana regions of Italy.
Inexpensive and drinkable - good to have on hand in the summer for impromptu barbeques or cooking.
I was pleasantly surprised by this bottle since I'm more of a red wine fan. It has a crisp and not-too-tangy taste and pairs well both with chicken and summery fruit.
For $8 it is not bad. For a random choice we were impressed.
Dull flavor; maybe a good party wine?
Good for toasting, wouldn't have my date drink it though
External Reviews for Bella Sera Pinot Grigio 15
Bella Sera Pinot Grigio is a crisp, clean and refreshing example of excellence from the Tre Venezie region of Northeastern Italy. Pinot Grigio, known for mouth watering acidity, subtle fruit, and gentle aromas has flourished here for over a century. Protected from the cold and damp climate of Europe by the Alps, the generations-old vineyards of Tre Venezie are home to numerous climatic zones. The vineyards are located near the Adriatic Sea and Lake Garda to ensure the warm days and cool nights necessary to create an outstanding Pinot Grigio. These ideal growing conditions and minimal wine maker influence have created a remarkable Pinot Grigio that is true to the grape.
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