Fruity and friendly on the nose, with composure and solid aromas. Feels both plump and dry, with toasty black-fruit flavors accented by peppery spice that turns slightly bitter on the finish. Good and dark overall, with limited follow-through on the finish.
There are many worse wines out there than this semisweet Pinot Grigio from warm-climate San Juan Province in Argentina. Definitely part of the new breed, the label is catchy and the price is right. Inside the bottle, the wine is perfectly decent and shows green banana and other tropical fruit flavors. A little cloying, so serve well chilled. Imported by Five Gold Hands.