2016 Alois Laegder Pinot Grigio (mini review)

Another one from the Mark Anthony portfolio tasting. Pale in color with a nice peach/stone fruit nose. On the mid palate the wine spot on matches the nose with peach and stone fruits dominating a nice fruit forward wine. It’s spot on what I look for in a grigio. On the medium length finish the wine displays some nice food friendly acidity. I would give it an 88 or so. $22 a bottle from Mark Anthony.

From the winery’s web site:
Description: Brillant, clear, straw yellow with a golden shimmer delicate aromas, pronounced bouquet, fruity (peach, melone) exotic spices, mineral
Mouth: Medium bodied, quite rich, fruity, spicy, fresh, dry. Best to be drunk: 1-5 years
Origin: Selected vineyard sites in the southern part of the Alto Adige appellation, 230 to 420 metres a.s.l. (750 – 1,380 feet) rocky, sandy soil and with an important content of limes tone. Age of the vines: 5 – 62 years
Harvested: 30 August – 3 October 2016
Vinification: Fermentation: temperature control, in stainless steel tanks Maturation: on the lees in stainless steel tanks (approximately 4 months)
Alcohol: 12.5 % by vol.
Acidity: 5.2 g / litre
Bottled: February 2017

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