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2019 Ferrari-Carano Pinot Grigio

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Price:
$12.99

Description

Producer: Ferrari-Carano 
Region: Russian River Valley, Sonoma County, California 
Varietal:
100% Pinot Grigio 
Year: 2019 

Retail Price: $22.00 
Our Price: $12.99 

2020 Sonoma County Harvest Fair, Gold Medal (2019 Vintage) 

North Coast Wine Competition, Best of Class, 95 Points (2019 Vintage) 

Winemaker Notes: 

"This wine has delicious aromas and flavors of lemon, lychee, orange blossom, kiwi, nectarine, white peaches, green apple and mangos with a touch of minerality. Full‐bodied and bright at the same time, this Pinot Grigio’s concentrated aromas, flavors and refreshing acidity linger to the finish.

Pairing Suggestions: 

"Pinot Grigio is perfect as an apéritif and is ideal to pair with many types of cuisines. Our favorite pairings include dishes such as seafood salad, pan-seared scallops, oysters on the half shell, or entrées with lively and spicy flavors one might find in Asian cuisine.

How it's Made: 

"Individual lots of hand-harvested grapes are gently whole-cluster pressed to minimize any color or harsh tannin extraction, then racked to stainless steel tanks for cold fermentation. This wine does not undergo malolactic fermentation, so it retains its bright flavors and crisp acidity. Depth and complexity are enhanced with weekly lies stirring until bottling." 

The Vintage: 

"The winter of 2019—2020 produced average rainfall in Sonoma County, with the bulk of rain falling January through May. Spring temperatures were mild and warm, with bud break two weeks earlier than average. Temperatures during the summer were above average, with few nights of fog and cloud cover. The month of September was perfect for grape ripening, and harvest was completed on October 2." 

Alcohol: 13.7% 
pH: 3.37 
TA: .50 

*Price and availability in store may vary. Vintage date may differ from pictured. 

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