Signore Giuseppe Pinot Grigio (DOC Delle Venezie): Let Veneto and Venice steal your heart and $5 for this white

This wine and this brand are about a love story. Two men and wine. A Frenchman and an Italian, like Édouard Molinaro's film production 'une cage de folles' of 1978. In this case, it is a French viticultor called Joseph who visits the Venice vineyard, there he meets another vigneron and changes his name to Giuseppe. Signore Giuseppe is today a low-cost Italian wine brand that in this case offering a 100% Pinot Grigio without vintage and under the label Delle Venezie. Although this brand also bottles under DOC Montepulciano d'Abruzzo, Lambrusco dell'Emilia, Prosecco, Moscato or Asti.

Visually a manual straw yellow color, with a brightness and nuances that could easily correspond to a 2018 vintage. On the nose, floral notes appear in medium intensity accompanied by white peach hints. In the background the orange blossom is delicately displayed. In the mouth, entry of slight roundness. A good acidity development, proof of its pre-Alpine origin. Mouth-aromas centered on the meadow, alpine flower, young citrus or more than young white stone fruit notes, on a clementine background. Short finish, which does not linger but with pleasant echoes of citrus fruit and fresh grass overshadowing its subtle 12% vol.

DOC Delle Venezie is a fairly recent appellation in Italy, its creation aims to highlight the Pinot Grigio variety planted in northeast Italy. Therefore the Veneto, Trento and Friuli-Venice-Giulia provinces dedicate some 67,000 acres to producing great value white, rosé and sparkling wines. In this case of less than $5 ideal to accompany dishes for each day. The northern Italia regional cuisine is a good choice for pairing with: 'Risi e bisi' (a mixture of rissotto and the typical Veneto soup), 'Cialzons' or 'Agnolotti' (a typical pasta dish from Friuli mountains, filled with ricotta and herbs).

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