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Graffigna Pinot Grigio Centenario White 2012
WINEMAKING To ensure optimal quality of this 100% Pinot Grigio, all the grapes were picked by hand and harvesting was done in the early hours of the morning, when the temperature is cool. The grapes were then carried from the vineyards in small crates where they remained until they reached the press, in order to avoid crushing. After harvest, the Pinot Grigio grapes were gently pressed at low temperatures in order to obtain the clean, bright yellow juice that is characteristic of this variety, as well as maintain its delicate aromas. Following fermentation in 100% stainless steel tanks, malo-lactic fermentation was inhibited and no oak ageing was used. The result is a very harmonious, fresh and crisp wine, full of ﬂoral and citrus notes.
External Reviews for Graffigna Pinot Grigio Centenario White
Graffigna, with a winemaking tradition that spans 140 years, has the honor of being the oldest winery in the Argentine province of San Juan, the second oldest in the country and the first winery in Argentina to sell branded wines.
Color: Light yellow with delicate greenish hues.Aroma: Subtle floral aromas with notes of jasmine and hints of white fruits like peaches and apricot.Palate: Fresh, young, with delicate, yet surprising fruit flavors and a refined finish. - Winery
Food Pairings for Graffigna Pinot Grigio Centenario White
Color: light yellow with delicate greenish hues. Aroma: subtle ﬂoral aromas with notes of jasmine and hints of white fruits like peaches and apricot. Palate: fresh, young, with delicate, yet surprising fruit ﬂavors and a reﬁned ﬁnish.
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