This is not an average Pinot Grigio which may withstand only one or two years in bottle. This one will benefit with aging for up to six years. The aromas are slightly oak-induced with warm spices that favor the orchard fruits. Although this wine is medium-bodied, its mouthfeel is more full-bodied than what you might expect, while it is creamy, late summer fruits like apples and pears remain fresh. The finish is perfectly fresh and the aromas linger for quite a while. Pair this with lobster, salmon, duck or any poultry or pork tenderloin. Serve between 50 and 53 degrees F (10 -12 C).