«Previous Post Next Post» Sep 15, 2009 A Pinot Grigio That's Worth Buying By Ania Zawieja Wine Italian Wine Wine & Drink Italy 4 Comments 0 Save Print Email Enlarge If, like me, you're a fan of light white wines that have bright acidity and soft citrus notes with a dry finish, Cantina Terlano, a pinot grigio from Alto Adige is among the best. This boutique producer is located on the best soils and elevations of the Italian Alps and produces a tiny number of bottles compared to other, bigger wineries. Serve it with spaghetti with anchovies and breadcrumbs or baja fish tacos. Pinot Grigio, Cantina Terlano, Alto Adige, 2007, $19 0 Save Print Email «Previous Post Eating in New York: The Blonde Ambition at Craftbar Next Post» Culinate's Unexplained Bacon More from Saveur.com Corsica: Pleasure Island Black Pepper-Horseradish Zabaglione Deep Dish: Classic Alsatian Stew The Guide: 8 Great Things to Eat (and Drink) in Jackson Hole Tramezzini (Venetian Tea Sandwiches) Related Links Articles Sorting Out Sancerre Comments (4) by chicagowine on 2009-09-16 Albino Armani is another worth trying! Bold but balanced! by cabophile on 2009-09-16 This is one of my favorite producers from Italy. I love there Sauvignon by redmeat on 2009-09-16 I have never heard of this region. Do they make reds as well? by firstname.lastname@example.org on 2009-09-21 Terlano is simply one of the best producers in the world and their Pinot Grigio confirms it. Who ever heard words like minerality, balance and length when describing PG? As one of my friends said, oh this is what Pinot Grigio would taste like if they tried to make wine out of it! Your Comments Please log in to leave a comment. Not a member yet? Sign up here. User Name * Password * Forgot your user name or password?