The name likely gives the game away–the Dal Zotto family are all about Italian varietals, done with precision and character. Take their Pinot Grigio, for example. Naturally, it’s fresh and dry. But there’s more to it than that. It’s got heapings of aromatics–think fennel, pear. Citrus.
Sure, it’s an Italian variety, but it’s savoury, refreshing and oh-so-moreish that it could be from nowhere but the Dal Zotto winery. Buy a case, and keep it on the chill.