Here’s a fresh and floral wine with an easy disposition and vibrant aromas of citrus and spring flowers. The body is light and lean—as informal Pinot Grigio should be—and the wine ends with a zesty blast of acidity. We like this vintage much more than 2006.
There’s a burnt almond or matchstick quality that blows off quickly but that is offputting when you first encounter it. The wine is lean and thin in the mouth with a slightly sweet aftertaste.