Brown Brothers Pinot Grigio
Unlike the French style, which is richer on the palate, our Pinot Grigio is crisp, fresh and savoury with peach and pear aromas.
With excellent natural acidity, it makes a popular choice to enjoy on its own, with an antipasto platter or fresh seafood dishes.
Best served chilled and enjoyed within 1-3 years of vintage.
Recommended food pairings:
This versatile wine is proving to be a popular choice for any occasion, with or without food.
Try this wine with sage and burnt butter gnocchi that is topped with aged Parmesan cheese.
Alternatively, this wine is always a great match to an antipasto platter containing artichokes, olives, asparagus and Prosciutto.
The Pinot Grigio grapes used to make this wine were grown at our Banksdale vineyard at 485m above sea level in the upper reaches of the King Valley.
The fruit was harvested from mid-February to late March at baumé levels ranging from 12.5 to 13.5.
Winemaker: Geoff Alexander
The wine was bottled soon after fermentation and was completed with an alcohol of 12.5%, a pH of 3.56 and an acid level of 5.5 g/L
|In the glass, the wine is a pale straw colour with a youthful green hue.
|The nose is bursting with crisp pear and peach aromas.
|The palate offers distinct savoury characters and a tight finish with delicate acidity thanks to the cool climate fruit.