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We enjoyed this wine with fresh Sockeye salmon and shrimp off our home grill. Be careful not to over chill this wine or you'll miss out on some of ... Read more
This wine is a pale yellow color and has a very clean and airy nose. The nose is lightly sweet with the smell of grape leaves. The initial taste ... Read more
Food Pairings for Campanile Pinot Grigio Friuli Grave
We enjoyed this wine with fresh Sockeye salmon and shrimp off our home grill. Be careful not to over chill this wine or you'll miss out on some of the mild floral and fruit flavors.
This wine is a pale yellow color and has a very clean and airy nose. The nose is lightly sweet with the smell of grape leaves. The initial taste is also light and airy with notes of grapes and even more powerful maple wood and sun. The follow through is quick and lightly lingers in the throat. The wine is mildly spicy in the throat, but also resolves quickly. This is a good wine to sip on a sunny weekend afternoon or with a light, but savory dessert.
tangy dry gentle pear notes crisp clean
External Reviews for Campanile Pinot Grigio Friuli Grave
The 2007 vintage of a Premier favorite, this Pinot Grigio has small amounts of Chardonnay and Pinot Blanc to add structure, as well as a slight creamy texture, making this wine a delicious alternative to your everyday favorite.
This is run of the mill PG, but its low pricing makes for an attractive ensemble: You'll get honeysuckle, exotic fruit, citrus and some soapy tone, too.
Light in body, fresh and imbued with fruit, this offering from Beringer Blass boasts pear, apple and almond notes alongside enough lemony acidity to keep it crisp and refreshing.
With light, fresh citrus flavors, Campanile's Pinot Grigio is a refreshing delight to be savored with lighter fare or on its own.
This wine is produced in Friuli, north of Venice, in northeastern Italy. It is a crisp, light-bodied wine with apple, pear and citrus flavors. Enjoy with grilled sole, pasta salads or pecorino cheese.
A light, lemony, refreshing quaff. Zippy, citrusy and clean, with a tart, malic finish, this is made to whet your summertime appetite.
Peach, quince and floral notes are intriguing and mesh nicely with the broad, rich mouthfeel. Moderately concentrated, with a grapefruit peel accent on the finish. Drink now through 1999.
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