Where Wine Meets the Moon

I’m usually a sauvignon blanc drinker, but pinot grigio is my next choice. I grabbed this 2016 Luna Nuda (๐Ÿ‘๐ŸŒ›๐Ÿ†) pinot grigio from Publix. It’s from Italy’s Alto Adige Valley where the best pinot grigio grapes are sourced. It comes from a fourth generation family estate (Giovanett family). The name is derived from the mystery and influence of the ๐ŸŒš on growing, harvesting and wine making.

It’s pale yellow in color and has a soft aroma. It has notes of citrus, apple and minerals on the palate and is crisp and refreshing. I enjoyed it outdoors as my hubby grilled up some sausage and zuchinni.

I definitely recommend it to any dry wine drinker. It was under $14, so that definitely warrants it being a house pinot fo sho. 4/5.

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