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Danzante Pinot Grigio Venezie IGT 2009
"Bright and attractive, with enticing fruit perfumes of flowers and fresh fruit, Danzante Pinot Grigio is produced from vineyards in the steep, stony terrains of the"Tre Venezie" region of NE Italy. The wine’s silky texture culminates in a clean, dry and impeccably elegant finish." - Winery
An okay bottle of wine, not much flavor or fruit taste.
Danzante Pinot Grigio 2006, Italy ($10) This wine is a light straw yellow with lovely notes of apple and pear, and a crisp floral bouquet. It’s fresh and lively, but nonetheless has a full-bodied quality rare for the price point.
One and a half glasses
External Reviews for Danzante Pinot Grigio Venezie IGT
With its crisp pear, apple and citrus flavors, this lightweight wine would work well as an aperitif. Some orange-blossom notes on the nose and a slight bitterness on the finish give it additional dimension. A small amount of Riesling boosts the aromatics further.
Frescobaldi and Mondavi lend their experience and tradition to these wines. Light and crisp, but not watery. Green apple, almond and fig tie in with delicate pineapple notes. Finishes sharp and clean.
Firm acidity and bright citrus fruit keeps this wine lively on the palate while peach and citrus flavors and a creamy texture complete the taste sensation.
Crisp, clean, light and dry are a few characteristics that describe this wine. It is also filled with flavors of pineapple, grapefruit, light spice and zesty citrus. Perfect for white sauces atop seafood and chicken.
Bright and attractive, with enticing perfumes of flowers and fresh fruit, this Pinot Grigio is produced from vineyards in the steep, stony terrains of the ldquo;Tre Venezierdquo; region of northeastern Italy. The winersquo;s silky texture culminates in a clean, dry and impeccably elegant finish.
Frescobaldirsquo;s Pinot Grigio proves to be a well-constructed and composed wine with green fruit like kiwi and honeydew backed by a pine resin, cut-grass quality. Silky smooth in the mouth.
Danzante is a collection of contemporary Italian wines intended for the enjoyment of “la dolce vita”. They express both passion and style which are essential to the Italian lifestyle. The name Danzante, Italian for dancing, captures what you will experience with these wines: a feeling of enjoyment, celebration and most of all, being in touch with your senses. The Danzante wines can be enjoyed by wine drinkers of all levels. With elegant aromas and rich fruit flavours, they offer a variety of styles, typically Italian, that complement almost any occasion Danzante’s wines are produced in some of the most renowned Italian regions, each wine reflecting the unique characteristic of that region. Danzante Pinot Grigio is sourced from vines in the Trentino Alto Adige, the Veneto and the Friuli Venezia Giulia, the three north eastern regions of Italy, collectively known as the “Tre Venezie”. With stony, deep soil, relatively high altitude and cool summers, the “Tre Venezie” allows Pinot Grigio to fully express its potential. Grapes : 100% Pinot Grigio Region: Italy / Veneto / Venezie IGT Maker : Nicolo D'Afflitto Serve : Chilled as an aperitif or to accompany fish soups, grilled fish, seafood, dishes based on mushrooms and oriental food. Taste : A crisp lemon blossom bouquet leads into vibrant flavours of citrus, melon and peach. A delicious white wine to be enjoyed young. ABV : 12%
Food Pairings for Danzante Pinot Grigio Venezie IGT
A luminous straw yellow with generous gold highlights announces Danzante Pinot Grigio 2009, followed by an explosion of aromatic impressions that include tropical fruit, such as banana, pineapple, and papaya, as well as spicy notes of cinnamon and vanilla. The palate is bold and self-confident, with a smooth mouthfeel and appealing warmth. A crisp vein of tasty acidity adds to the fine balance of all of its components. A very leisurely finish ends on a subtle note of crisp fruit.
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