Coming from the Northern Italian region of Alto Adige, this Pinot Bianco is an intriguing blend of richness and minerality. A portion of the wine was barrel fermented, with Sur Lie ageing for 4 months, resulting in a wine with a sense of roundness, interwoven with laser-like acidity and minerality. This is a sophisticated wine meant for enjoying with dinner, rather than an aperitif. Complimentary pairings would include fish and lighter seafood dishes.
Recipe PairingsGrilled Whole Fish
Trentino-Alto Adige, Italy
Chateau d'Yquem, the Bordeaux estate in Sauternes known to produce the world's most coveted sweet dessert wine, was beloved by Russian czars. The brother of Duke Constantine bought 400 barrels of the 1847 vintage for 20,000 gold francs.