Pinot Grigio

Pinot Grigio derives from a mutation of Pinot Nero, of which, except the color, preserves almost all features. The first Pinot in Italy seems to have come from Burgundy.
Straw-yellow, almost coppery color, generally medium perfumed but considerably complex aromas. Noble with a strong texture and
well-rounded, sometimes it is slightly sweet, but always very fresh.