The celebrated Pinot Grigio varietal has been known since the Middle Ages in the Burgundy region and derives from a bud mutation of Pinot Noir. They supervise an exquisite parcel in the Northeastern region of Veneto, home to Italy’s most popular white wine. The name stems from one of our area’s most important rivers, born at almost 2.000 meters at the foot of the Gran Sasso. Its silk-like texture is smooth and extremely elegant with delicate tones of melon, orange blossom and mango.