Venica & Venica Jesera Collio Pinot Grigio 2014

$25

ITALY : FRIULI-VENEZIA GIULIA : COLLIO Pinot Grigio DRY, FULL BODIED, ORCHARD FRUIT, BRIGHT, UNOAKED Its richness is reminiscent of Pear Williams, banana, and Acacia flowers wrapped in a slight scent of fresh apricot. Pleasant flavors of pear syrup and quince peels. Bright, well balanced, with a long, fruity finish. ECOLOGY: Sustainable FOOD PAIRING: Risotto & Vegetables

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Ratings on Delectable

Corey Zamora, CSW Delectable Pro

My go to Pinot Grigio. Just doesn't get better for 20 bucks. So flavorful, intense fruit, brilliant color, love that it's not neutral like pg can be.

My go to Pinot Grigio. Just doesn't get better for 20 bucks. So flavorful, intense fruit, brilliant color, love that it's not neutral like pg can be.

9.2

Nate Rose Delectable Pro

Wine Director Specs

So right...

So right...

9.4

Thalia Varshay

Banana, high level of Phenolic compounds, good mineral, floral. White flowers, lilies, white peaches, apricot, lemon curd, wet stone. Great orange wine!

Banana, high level of Phenolic compounds, good mineral, floral. White flowers, lilies, white peaches, apricot, lemon curd, wet stone. Great orange wine!

9.2

Allison Lyzenga

Lightly effervescent; medium body; not very aromatic; a little flabby; maybe some Granny Smith apple

Lightly effervescent; medium body; not very aromatic; a little flabby; maybe some Granny Smith apple

7.9

Steve Rura

Easy and mellow like the 2013. Low acidity, so it isn't as crisp as typical PG - in a good way.

Easy and mellow like the 2013. Low acidity, so it isn't as crisp as typical PG - in a good way.

9.0

Location

  • 1743 1st Avenue
    New York, NY 10128

  • Hours:
    Monday-Friday: 12pm-10pm
    Saturday: 10am-10pm
    Sunday: 12pm-9pm

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