Another impressive outing from Peter Zemmer and the Alto Adige region. The 2018 Peter Zemmer Pinot Grigio is a great example of a value wine, drinking well above its price point.
Is a pinot grigio one of my favorite wines of the year so far? It’s possible. See why the 2016 Peter Zemmer Pinot Grigio Riserva GIATL is one I’m thinking about.
A sub $10 Pinot Grigio that didn’t send me running for the hills? Honestly, I was as surprised as you are.
Unmemorable doesn’t mean bad, but it also doesn’t make you want to rush out and try it. Find out what I really thought of the 2015 La Bastarda Pinot Grigio Terre di Siciliana IGP
A cheeky name and label, how does the 2015 Il Bastardo Sangiovese di Toscana IGT hold up?
Looking for an Italian wine but don’t want to go with the old stand-by of Chianti? You can do a lot worse than the 2014 Alessandro di Camporeale Donnata Nero d’Avola. Check out my full review.