Ramato" is a style of Pinot Grigio in which the grape juice, after pressing, goes through an extended maceration on the skins. Normally, white wine juice is direct press and not left in contact with the skins. This unique style of Pinot Grigio is getting extra attention these days.”Ramato” or Copper refers to the colour of the wine from a handful of hours of skin contact. The nose is ripe with fresh tropical notes, and the flavors are tight and tangy with crisp apple highlighting the entry and mid palate. The finish is lasting and the minerality is present.