Our Wine Of The Week is Tiefenbrunner South Tyrol Pinot Grigio 2019, a dry white wine imported from Northern Italy. This is a classic Italian Pinot Grigio grown in the sand and gravel soils of hillside vineyards that produce medium-bodied wines best served well-chilled. On the palate you’ll get pear and apple, with a hint of grape fruit.
Pair with appetizers, fish and other light foods that are complimented by wine with gentle acidity. Also a good wine to cook with when the recipe calls for dry white wine. Alcohol is 12.5%. Best to drink within 3 years.
The Tiefenbrunner – Schlosskellerei Turmhof Wine Estate is a family business currently operated by the fifth generation of Tiefenbrunners. They own and operate several vineyards in the South Tyrol region (map below) and also purchase much of their wine grapes from other local growers.
You can find Tiefenbrunner Pinot Grigio in many Wine Retailers, including Total Wine & More and Costco for $12 – $15 depending on location.
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