The reason why people sometime don't take Italian Pinot Grigio seriously is because of wines like these. Often thin and uninteresting wines that have little to no complexity. I have had some Pinot Grigio's that defy this logic and are wines with great purpose and culinary importance. This however, is not one of those. The aromas on this wine are of fennel, orange peel, honey suckle, and melon. The flavors are of bitter orange and lime peelings, steel, and stones. The finish is quite bitter and off balance, with disjointed alcohol and acid. This is a wine that lacks texture, depth, fruit, and harmony. A bitter quaffer at best, 67 points.
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