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2011 Terre di Terrossa Pinot Grigio Trio

Pinot Grigio • Italy • White Wine

Sale expired on June 25, 2014
Finally, a Pinot Grigio to love

Tastes like: Peach, pear
Pairs with: Light salads
Good for: Easy drinking
Drink this: Now
Alcohol: 12.5%

I often wonder why Pinot Grigios are so popular, when so many can be lackluster. Well, if they all tasted like this one, there would be nothing to wonder about. The 2011 Terre di Terrossa is a flavorful, light-bodied, versatile wine that's an all-around crowd-pleaser. This isn't just any old Pinot Grigio. I've tasted my fair share of boring Pinot Grigios. Terre di Terrossa delivers the brightest, most flavorful wines at the best prices. You'll enjoy the warmer months more if you stock up on this zesty white now.

—Nicole Niebisch

Nicole Niebisch has worked in the wine industry for the past decade. She started in New York restaurants as a sommelier and, prior to joining Lot18, spent five years working for Folio Fine Wine Partners, an importer and producer of wines from several of the world's top regions. Nicole holds certificates from the Society of Wine Educators and the American Sommelier Association, and the Diploma in Wine and Spirits from the Wine and Spirit Education Trust. Read more about Nicole here, or follow her on Twitter.

2011 Terre di Terrossa Pinot Grigio

Tasting Notes

This bright Pinot Grigio displays notes of citrus, Anjou pear and honeysuckle on the nose. Flavors of white peach, pear and apple skin intermingle and become more prominent as the wine warms in the glass. It offers much more flavor and weight than your typical Pinot Grigio, and it finishes clean, with a touch of fruitiness. Drink this with a variety of light salad dishes; a pear-and-walnut salad would be stellar.


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