Pinot Grigio became so popular that some producers cut corners and many are rather thin. That could certainly not be said about this one, made by the talented Biscardo family in the grape’s homeland of the Veneto.
Pinot Grigio is called “grigio” (grey) because it has more colour in the grapeskin than most white grapes, and with careful winemaking (cold maceration and the red wine process) it can offer a pale rosé colour, hence the name “blush”.
The peculiarity of this wine comes from the particular tufaceous soil, which gives a special minerality to the wine. There are a few hectares, around 12, therefore an extremely limited yield
This is a special vintage cuvee made by the Biscardo brothers in the northern Veneto, the heartland of the region and the vineyards which made it famous. This is “proper” vintage Prosecco.
This is a delicious and versatile wine. It is made using a long slow fermentation in inox tanks and is then left on its lees for about five months to soak up more depth of flavour.
This is extra quality Valpolicella, between standard and Amarone, made in the Veneto by the ripasso method: drying the grapes for about 4 months during which they lose about a third of their water content. The wine is therefore fuller and more concentrated
Made by the talented and experienced Biscardo family in the northern Veneto, this is precisely what one should be able to expect of Pinot Grigio: a well-made wine with plenty of flavour. The “diamonds” on the bottle shoulder are genuine Swarovski, making it an ideal gift.
Made by the Biscardo family in the northern Veneto, this is “proper” Prosecco made by the traditional method: fermented twice. The “diamonds” on the bottle neck are genuine Swarovski, making it the perfect gift.
This is supercharged Valpolicella! It is made in the Veneto by the ripasso method: drying the grapes for about 4 months during which they lose about a third of their water content. The wine is therefore very full and concentrated and ages magnificently.