PINOT GRIGIO 2020

$30.00

Adelaide Hills, South Australia.

True ‘Grigio’ – bright clean and pristine fruit with great acidity and freshness.

Picked early to preserve natural acidity and aromatics, gently pressed free run juice only, 100% stainless steel and cold fermented, light fining and immediately bottled.

SKU 2020PG Category Tags , ,

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Reviews

92 Points

/5

Q Wine Reviews

A BIG shout out to marketing gun Tash Stoodley for sliding these samples from Clandestine Vineyards across my tasting bench. There are 6 wines under this label and I’m thrilled to have the opportunity to check them out – their first release wines from organic and sustainably grown sites in Western Australia and South Australia. This Pinot Grigio is a ripping intro to the brand.A lunch time tasting at Qwine HQ and I went back and had a glass of this after all the work was done. Vintner Nick Stacy loves Spaghetti Vongole to match this Pinot Grigio. I had to resort to a seafood lasagne (as you do).A great seafood and/or pasta wine no less.Wonderfully refreshing, this is a perfect drop to have in your glass while kicking back in the holidays with those who love to laugh out loud enough to make your cheeks sore. Aminerally vibe sways throughout with a trail of lemons, dashes of tropical fruit and a nip of grapefruit. Well handled acidity the driving force behind its magnetism to food as fine spices trundle out on a delightful finish. Lunch time here we come.Drink now.
/5

Wine Review Simple

Summer has started with a bang. This is a beautiful little number from @clandestinevineyardsIt hits the spot on the first day of summer. It’s hot on the #goldcoast tonight, so am loving the clean and fresh approach to this Pinot Grigio. Cold & refreshing that screams sitting on a balcony watching the waves roll in. This is the first day of summer in a glass…simple…

90 Points

/5

Ken Gargett - Wine Pilot

Somehow in a tough year this Adelaide Hill vineyard managed to escape the ravages of the 2020 bushfires. It has a nice distinctive apple and pear aroma with a touch of crumble character. It is light bodied and has a crisp crunchy mouth feel with a crunchy minerally lemon juice like influence. Long finish too with a clean and pure feel. Nice wine for early drinking.

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