FORBES – American Business Magazine, July 31, 2017
In Italian Pinot Grigio is A lot Better Than You Think, Nick Passmore praises the Pinot Grigios that are found in the “dramatic valleys in the foothills of the Italian Alps, especially Friuli and Alto-Adige, and can be stunning.” Among his fifteen favorites:
PINOT GRIGIO 2016
“An unmistakable, and unpronounceable, German name for an Italian wine bred in the Dolomite Mountains of the north-east Italy tells you much of recent history. However, disregard the Austrian/Italian of many centuries and pay attention to the hugely appealing tropical fruit on the front palate followed by a rocky, herbal-tinged finish that tells you so much of the excellence of modern Italian, Alpine, Pinot Grigio”.