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Allamanda Pinot Grigio

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Allamanda Pinot Grigio

A fresh, dry white with gentle floral and citrus aromas. Crisp and delicate on the palate with lightly honeyed fruit balanced by lemony acidity and a fresh, dry finish. A highly versatile dry white, ideal as an aperitif or to accompany foods such as seafood, grilled fish, salads and cold white meats... Read More

Quick Facts

  • Country: Italy
  • Region: Veneto
  • Vintage: 2016
  • Bottle Volume: 75cl
  • Grape Variety: Pinot Grigio
  • ABV: 12.5%
  • Wine Style: Fruity White
  • Taste: Off Dry
  • Food Match: Shellfish and fish

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A fresh, dry white with gentle floral and citrus aromas. Crisp and delicate on the palate with lightly honeyed fruit balanced by lemony acidity and a fresh, dry finish. A highly versatile dry white, ideal as an aperitif or to accompany foods such as seafood, grilled fish, salads and cold white meats.

History of Allamanda-

Set up in 2003, Adria Vini is a joint winemaking venture owned by English wine importers Boutinot and Araldica Vini Piemontesi, the leading co-operative in Piemonte.

Through careful grape selection and vinification under the supervision of Araldica's Claudio Manera the aim is to produce a range of characterful, well-priced wines, mainly from local grape varieties.

The mainstay of white wine production is Pinot Grigio, sourced from the Pavia region south of Milan and the Veneto.

The reds come from mature, low yielding vineyards in southern Italy (mainly Puglia and Abruzzo), the source of some of Europe's most undervalued and characterful wines. Produced from selected Pinot Grigio grapes grown on hillside vineyards near the town of Pavia in the Lombardia region of northern Italy.

The grapes were hand harvested during the first 2 weeks of September.

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