Giusti Pinot Grigio DOC Venezie Longheri 2020

When you are looking for an everyday drink, but slightly refined
Pinot Grigio (Pinot Gris)
  • $44.00

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Notes: Apple / Pear Peach, Melon Lemon / Lime Clay Nutty


Dryness: Dry

Acidity: Medium +


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Origin: Veneto, Italy

Maker: Giusti Wine


  • Pinot Grigio (Pinot Gris)

Fermentation: Heavy Wood

Awards: >85 pts


Asian Food Pairing: Mentaiko Oysters, hokkien mee, Yukhoe

Western Food Pairing: Soups, risottos made with greens and fish dishes, prawn ceviche


Giusti Pinot Grigio DOC Venezie Longheri 2020

A Pinot Grigio that delivers in one single wine, easy-to-enjoy and has a good depth of flavour with length of a more refined wine.
The Giusti Pinot Grigio DOC Venezie Longheri has a straw yellow colour with bright reflections. The bouquet is intense with fruity notes of pear and banana, It also has subtle notes of jasmine, lime and honeysuckle. It is fresh with a good structure and persistently flavoursome on the palate. Its aromatic profile is elegant and discrete which is unusual for the grape and the Grigio dell Venezie style. But it’s all for the better, giving a sense of finesse.

This bottle of Pinot Grigio is made with the best grapes coming from the vineyards located in the Veneto region in the Montello and the Asolo hills area in the municipality Nervesa della Battaglia and more specifically from the vineyard called Longheri, which is part of the Rolando estate. The Sylvoz and Guyot training systems are used at the vineyard. The vines are grown between 4000 to 45000 vines per hectare. The soil medium-textured fertile red clay.

In the first week of October, the grapes are vinified in stainless steel tanks. In February, the wine is then fermented on the skins of Amarone grapes according to the ancient technique of “Ripasso”. Following subsequent aging in oak barrels for a period of 12 months, it is aged in the bottle for another 6 months before labeling and into the wine world it goes!

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