I tasted this Tre Fili Pinot Grigio at Sullivan’s Steakhouse the other day in Seattle, where my colleague Vittorio Marzotto and I stopped for a glass of vino and a bite to eat. Sullivan’s Wine DirectorJeffrey Dorgan is also a fellow Italian Wine Geek, who peppers his classic American steakhouse wine list with gems like this Pinot Grigio.
The Tre Fili Pinot Grigiois bright, fruity, and everything you want in a cold glass of Veneto sunshine. This Pinot Grigio also happens to be (deliciously) organic. The wine paired exceptionally well with a locally inspired dish: smoked salmon-topped flatbread, smothered with an herbed crème fraiche and then finished with a scattering of delightful micro greens.
Sullivan’shas my vote for one of the best Happy Hour scenes in the city- beautiful people, delicious, honest food, and a wine list to keep even the most jaded wine guys intrigued… what else could you ask for?