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Lumina Delle Venezie Pinot Grigio

8.6497 ratings
8.45 pro ratings
Delle Venezie, Trentino-Alto Adige, Italy
Pinot Grigio
Top Notes For
Keith Dlott

Second time I've had this wine. Really, really like it. Sweeter site of a Pinot. Perfect with summer dinner.

Second time I've had this wine. Really, really like it. Sweeter site of a Pinot. Perfect with summer dinner.

3 people found it helpfulJul 26th, 2015
Gabriel Vaughan

An excellent $10 bottle of italian white. Well balanced, nice acidity and citrus notes.

An excellent $10 bottle of italian white. Well balanced, nice acidity and citrus notes.

3 people found it helpfulFeb 13th, 2015
Maryann Rodriguez

Light bodied. Slightly dry. Inexpensive good everyday wine.

Light bodied. Slightly dry. Inexpensive good everyday wine.

2 people found it helpfulJun 18th, 2015
Carole Latimer

Light , crisp and on sale!

Light , crisp and on sale!

1 person found it helpfulAug 25th, 2015
Sandy Frontzak

Great dry white wine.

Great dry white wine.

1 person found it helpfulAug 15th, 2015
Steph Matarazzo

Not too sweet. Crisp and refreshing with a smooth finish.

Not too sweet. Crisp and refreshing with a smooth finish.

1 person found it helpfulAug 15th, 2015
Eric Stec

Love this. Not usually a Pinot G fan

Love this. Not usually a Pinot G fan

1 person found it helpfulAug 5th, 2015
Emmie Bostwick

Crisp, citrusy. Good with seafood.

Crisp, citrusy. Good with seafood.

1 person found it helpfulJul 24th, 2015
Christopher Cordero

You want a Pinot Grigio? Just look for this one because Italians know how to make 'em.

You want a Pinot Grigio? Just look for this one because Italians know how to make 'em.

1 person found it helpfulJun 22nd, 2015
Stephen Becker

Stolen by mercenaries for hire, these grapes are freed in a hostage-swap by the Sicilian Tom Selleck, and brought to a local wine-making store. There, the grape juice is stomped out by Freemasons, and the must fermented in a room where Jagged Little Pill is loudly played on a loop. Once aged, the first bottle of the vintage is used to toast The Illuminati at the super-secret summer BBQ held in the centre of the local labyrinth.

Stolen by mercenaries for hire, these grapes are freed in a hostage-swap by the Sicilian Tom Selleck, and brought to a local wine-making store. There, the grape juice is stomped out by Freemasons, and the must fermented in a room where Jagged Little Pill is loudly played on a loop. Once aged, the first bottle of the vintage is used to toast The Illuminati at the super-secret summer BBQ held in the centre of the local labyrinth.

Mar 10th, 2016