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Luna di Luna Pinot Grigio/Char 2009
Luna Di Luna Chardonnay - Pinot Grigio is the original 60/40 Chardonnay/Pinot Grigio blend. It offers a light and refreshingly crisp finish with the taste of fresh melons and berries. Soft yellow in color with well-balanced tones of apples and peaches, the Chardonnay/Pinot Grigio is recommended with fish, shellfish, soups and light meals or as an aperitif.
Luna di Luna is a brand of everyday Italian table wines. The wines are produced in different regions, reflecting diverse grapes and terroirs. The signature wines are a blend of two grapes, such as Chardonnay/Pinot Grigio, Merlot/Cabernet, Sangiovese/Merlot, etc., hence the “two moons” of the brand.
External Reviews for Luna di Luna Pinot Grigio/Char
A stylish and distinctive wine with an elegant charm that always takes center stage. Well balanced with an abundance of fruit flavors, this blend of Chardonnay and Pinot Grigio offers uncompromised taste and style. - Winery
With 60 percent Chardonnay and 40 percent Pinot Grigio, Luna di Luna is one of many similar Italian white blends to arrive in recent years. It has a nose not unlike a light Pinot Blanc and the wine is of low acidity. Fine for an afternoon glass or a gallery opening.
When the Luna hits your eye, that's amore! This unusual blend of Chardonnay and Pinot Grigio makes a true crowd pleaser. Pick up a few for your next party.
Perfect for those who want the fruit flavors of Chardonnay, and the delicacy of Pinot Grigio. Light, refreshing, and not blue at all (except for the bottle).
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