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Rosé Pinot Grigio (Ramato)
Rosé Pinot Grigio Overview
Rosé Pinot Grigio Taste Profile
These are some of the most common aromas and flavors of Rosé Pinot Grigio.
Rosé Pinot Grigio Food Pairing
These are some food pairing suggestions for Rosé Pinot Grigio.
Serve and Store Rosé Pinot Grigio
A little bit of Pinot Grigio/Pinot Gris history
Pinot Gris is from the Burgundy region in France. Known since the Middle Ages, it spread in other regions like Switzerland and Germany over time. Pinot Gris is the result of a genetic mutation of the Pinot Noir grape that occurred centuries ago.
In 1961, Santa Margherita  wine group, located in Veneto – Italy, has been the first company in the world to vinify Pinot Grigio grapes as a white wine.
What does Ramato mean?
“Ramato” means “coppery” and it comes from the copper color of the wine which is caused by the maceration of the juice in the grape’s skin. This is common practice for rosé wine. Check out our wine-making wine to learn more about how rosé wine is made.
Where does Pinot Grigio/Pinot Gris grow best?
Cool climates help Pinot Grigio grow at its best and mature relatively early causing high sugar levels. Depending on the vinification style, this can lead to either a wine high in alcohol if fermented to dryness, or a sweeter wine.
When is the perfect time to drink Rosé Pinot Grigio?
Some curiosities about Pinot Grigio/Pinot Gris
- There is an International Pinot Grigio day and it’s the 17th of May.
- The intensity of the Rosé wine color depends on the length of the maceration process. For Ramato the maceration can vary from 10 up to 36 hours.
What’s Rosé Pinot Grigio's typical price range?
You’ll find good bottles of Ramato and Rosé Pinot Grigio in general at a price ranges between $15 – $20.