The remarkable ubiquity of Pinot Grigio in northern Italy, especially in plains with prevalent slate soils, shows its excellent adaptation to the climate. The grapes for “Le Colline di San Giorgio” come from volcanic soils. The vineyards are on hillsides with southeast, south and southwest exposure. The winemaking techniques used by the coop strive to preserve the variety’s unique aromas. Aged in stainless steel tanks, with two months on the lees. Lemongrass and citrus notes, mineral and well-balanced. This Pinot Grigio accompanies lunch time salads with great style and goes equally well with fish dishes, risottos and pizzas.