Santi Sortesele Pinot Grigio 2018

Pinot Grigio

750 mL bottle  |   VINTAGES#:  17366
$17.95
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    In the Trentino dialect, 'sortesele' means 'small parts of the vineyard' and references the ancient practice in which heirs to a property drew lots to claim parcels of the vineyard. This balanced, refreshing sipper is fresh and crisp, with hints of green apple and white flowers. It will be great with seafood appetizers. (Vintages panel, Jan. 2020)

    PRODUCT DETAILS

    Release Date:
    February 20, 2021
    750 mL bottle
    Alcohol/Vol:
    12.5%
    Made In:
    Veneto, Italy
    By:
    Folonari S.P.A.
    Sugar Content:
    4 g/L
    Sweetness Descriptor:
    XD - Extra Dry
    Style:
    Light & Crisp
    Varietal:
    Pinot Grigio

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    PRODUCT DETAILS

    Release Date:
    February 20, 2021
    750 mL bottle
    Alcohol/Vol:
    12.5%
    Made In:
    Veneto, Italy
    By:
    Folonari S.P.A.
    Sugar Content:
    4 g/L
    Sweetness Descriptor:
    XD - Extra Dry
    Style:
    Light & Crisp
    Varietal:
    Pinot Grigio
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