Ovens & Murray Advertiser

Michelini Wines

2019 Pinot Grigio

- With Anita McPherson

AROUND this time of year we see lists emerging declaring what is in and what is out and what will be big in 2020.

On top of that, we’ve just seen the end of the decade (regardless of what the purists may tell

about the music, fashion, food and wine of the last 10 years.

When it comes to food trends, it’s hard to ignore the way vegan foods and fauxmeat products have infiltrate­d the mainstream and become an

some say this will extend to wine as we see more of words

vegan-friendly and even alcohol-free.

While I say each to their own, I would still rather practise a little moderation than exclude a food or wine entirely from my diet, and I remain dubious about anything that is “hyphen” friendly or free.

Among my favourite varieties rising to the top in the past couple of years have been Tempranill­o and Pinot Grigio.

Michelini Pinot Grigio has a

ral aroma which sings with pear,

Light in colour, the pure liquid has a pleasant mineral zing and which linger and develop the more that you sip.

When chilled it is crisp and refreshing and ideal for our summer climate, complement­ing a wide range of dishes but also holding interest in its own right.

Nothing needs to be added, changed or removed - just relax and enjoy it exactly the way it is.

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