This "white" from the Collio region of northeast Italy is actually not-quite-white, with its slightly copper hue. That comes from the Pinot Grigio grape's delicate pink coloring and a pre-fermentation skin-soak. Here is transcendent Pinot Grigio, beyond and better than the thin and watery norm. Here, instead, is a substantial white (semi-white!) with actual texture. Pinot Grigio aspires!!