Serenity 2005 Pinot Grigio

Central Coast
Santa Barbara County region
Silver Medal — Jerry Mead's NWIWC
Silver Medal — National Women's Wine Competition
Santa Barbara County region
100% Pinot Grigio
Cases Produced
Sweetness Level
Produced from fruit grown in cool climate vineyards
Diet Friendly
Low carb, Low sugar, Paleo, Keto

Serenity 2005 Pinot Grigio is a terrific wine that offers a pleasing change from Chardonnay. Produced from fruit grown in cool climate vineyards in California's coastal growing regions near Los Alamos and Monterey, the wine is fresh and fragrant. The 2005 Pinot Grigio won a Silver Medal at Jerry Mead's New World Wine Competition, and a Silver Medal at the National Women's Wine Competition.

The color is a pale, light yellow, almost clear. Layers of yellow grapefruit, gooseberry, ripe kiwi, and Meyer lemon contribute to the bountiful bouquet. A medium-bodied, mouth-filling Pinot Grigio with flavors of key lime pie, melon, guava, and mango that prevail from the very beginning through to the impressively long finish for a white wine. The Serenity 2005 Pinot Grigio pairs perfectly with David Willey's Veggie & Grigio Linguine, Pistachio crusted Tilapia with grilled vegetables, or a simple green garden salad.

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