Cavit Pinot Grigio is officially the number one Pinot Grigio in America. It's the most popular bottling of this grape variety in the country, but having the reigning champion hasn't affected Cavit's traditional winery practices and dedication to the wine's fresh flavors one bit.
The wine shows in the glass with tart lemon notes, unripe nectarines, subtle pineapple and a touch of marzipan. Its sharp acidity makes it quenchable on its own or with green bean almondine next to a grilled white fish. The grapes are found in the “delle Venezia" of Italy, a region that encapsulates pockets of wine grapes grown from Trentino, Friuli all the way to the Veneto. These areas are located in Northeast Italy and nestled against the spectacular Dolomite Alps.
The location of the grapes grown from this area also benefit from a cool breeze that emulates from the nearby Lake Garda, giving this Pinot Grigio a bit of complexity. Cavit provides consistency and a wine that can be relied on to keep its traditional flavors the same year after year. You can also count on them to keep their sustainable vineyard and winery practices in tact.