Italian pinot grigio is associated with a light, zippy white wine. Over in Alsace, France, pinot gris takes on extra body and extract and is made in more expressions ranging from dry to vendange tardive to selection de grains nobles. The Lis Neris Family has been growing grapes in Friuli in north-east Italy since 1879. The village of San Lorenzo is a cooler area and more suitable for growing white varieties. Light gold complexion. Evolved and mature. Full-bodied, with hints of stone fruit including apricot. Creamy and glycerol.