Matile Pinot grigio
Bright straw, seductive nose with memories of hawthorn flowers initia to fruit perceptions (Pineapple, pera, grapefruit). In the mouth it reveals well-balanced freshness and flavor and embellished with a remarkable persistence. Excellent as an aperitif, it is a wine with extreme versatility combining with numerous courses, from seafood appetizers to first courses based on fish, tasty soups and white meats. To be served at a temperature of 8°.
“Matile” comes from the type of soil of the vineyards from which we produce the wines included in Matile Range: Matile rosa, Matile bianco, Matile Rosso, Matile Orvieto. The name “Matile” comes from Middle Ages, even if some people think that comes from Estruscan “Papile” that means something able to light. In fact this kind of soil contains volcanic materials (silicate) that shines at the sunshine. This kind of soil is yellowish, very hard but also very friable after the breaking up, very rich of potassium and micro elements. From vineyards planted in this soils, we get white wines fresh, with remarkable acidity and a distinctive minerals and fruit aromas. Also the matile rosè and red, offer fruity aromas and flavors, with a persistent mineral underlay.
|Wine type||White wine|
|Nose||seductive nose with memories of hawthorn flowers initia to fruit perceptions (Pineapple, pear, grapefruit)|
|Taste||well-balanced freshness and flavor and embellished with a remarkable persistence|
|Food match||Excellent aperitif, it is a wine with extreme versatility combining with numerous courses, from seafood appetizers to first courses based on fish, tasty soups and white meats.|