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Pinot Grigio Dessimis - Vie di Romans

Vie di Romans

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  • Cellar: Vie di Romans
  • Vintage: 2017
  • Origin : Friuli Venezia Giulia
  • Grapes : Pinot Grigio 100%
  • Serving temperature : 10-12 ° C
  • Alcohol volume: 13%
  • Format: 0.75 L
  • Moment to taste it: Dinner
  • Pairings: Crustaceans, molluscs, fish main courses
  • Blowup Rating : 8/10


    The Pinot Grigio Dessimis by Vie di Romans is a white wine that comes from Pinot Grigio vines over 20 years old. This label is the most historic of the company.

    Tasting Notes

    In the glass Pinot Grigio by Vie De Romans has a straw yellow color with coppery reflections. Its aroma is fruity and reminiscent of pink grapefruit, strawberry and strawberry trees with also vanilla and floral nuances. On the palate it is full-bodied, soft and juicy, it also has a good persistence. It is a wine capable of conquering and making people fall in love.

    Pinot Grigio Vie di Romans is perfect in combination with second courses of fish, shellfish and molluscs.


    The vines grow, with the espalier system, in a soil characterized by a red clay subsoil where the presence of aluminum and iron is abundant. After harvesting, the grapes are de-stemmed and subsequently cold macerated. Then they undergo a process of decantation and fermentation in stainless steel containers for 18 days. Finally Pinot Grigio Vie di Romans ages for 9 months on the lees in small wooden barrels and for another 10 months in the bottle.

    The Cellar

    Vie De Romans is the winery owned by the Gallo family, founded in the early 1900s, the winery takes its name from its position located along an ancient Roman road. What still distinguishes the company today is the search for ever greater quality that has made it a model in the panorama of Italian winemaking. Thanks to the composition of the soil and the climatic conditions, the cultivation of white vines is privileged, but there are also excellent reds in their production.