Pinot Grigio from Italy - or from anywhere. It has since changed, with all the ramatos & co. popping up, but back when I conceived this wine, PG was probably the most bland, characterless yet ubiquitous thing I know. How come it became this popular? No scent, no personality. No stance to be taken, be it love or hate. Maybe that's why it became this popular. But we had some in our Slovenské vineyards so I tried to make my own. By using very little maceration, the goal here was elegance and drinkability, not massive skin-born tannins. With some scent and personality. Love it or hate it. (Including the edgy label). I think the wine somehow succeeded - at least in changing my mind about this variety.