Wine: Giocato Pinot Grigio

Most Americans do not think of Slovenia as a wine region. This is unfortunate as the wines of Slovenia tend to be soft, crisp and refreshing with bright acidity making them perfect for food pairing.


Giocato Pinot Grigio is a bright, refreshing Pinot Grigio that has bright peaches with a light lemon zest flavor from start to finish. The finish is what defines the terroir of Slovenia though, a light minerality that presents itself as a light flinty sharpness that clears the palate and heightens the sense of acidity making this a perfect wine to pair against creamy, soft cheeses… especially white stilton (or wenslydale) cheeses with fruits such as cranberries, ginger, mango, or lemon zest.


Buy now and enjoy on the back deck watching the dog days of summer cast their long shadows as fall encroaches.


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