The fruit for this wine comes from the Grave sub-region of Fruili-Venezia Giulia, located in the northeastern corner of Italy. The alluvial debris of this region is rich in gravel and sand, thus the name Grave. Fruili has long been recognized as the producer of the best Italian white wines, and the sub-region of Grave is noted for its vibrant Pinot Grigio filled with lively aromas, a light and crisp texture, and intense fruitiness.
The Campanile Pinot Grigio is light straw yellow in color with subtle fragrant notes filling the nose. The dry medium-bodied palate fills the mouth with nutty flavours of almond, a fresh acidity, and finishes long with a light and pleasant almond taste. Try pairing with seafood appies, fish entrees, or roast chicken.