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Pinella is a white grape variety that is primarily cultivated in the Friuli-Venezia Giulia region of northeastern Italy. It is considered a rare and lesser-known grape variety, typically grown in small quantities by a select number of producers.
Pinella grapes are known for their small size and thick skin. They have a characteristic golden-yellow color and can exhibit a range of flavors, from fruity to floral. Pinella wines are often described as aromatic, with notes of yellow fruits, citrus, and delicate floral nuances.
The wines produced from Pinella grapes are typically dry, with moderate acidity and a medium body. They can display a good balance between fruitiness and acidity, making them suitable for both standalone enjoyment and pairing with food.
Due to its limited cultivation and production, Pinella wines are not widely available outside of the Friuli-Venezia Giulia region. However, they are highly regarded by wine enthusiasts who appreciate the region's unique grape varieties and their expression of the local terroir.
If you have the opportunity to try a Pinella wine, it can offer a unique and distinctive experience, allowing you to explore the lesser-known treasures of the Friuli-Venezia Giulia wine region