Two wines today: a very sweet pinot gris from Zellenberg in Alsace and a white blend from Tuscany. The pinot ran me $14 on sale; the white blend was $10.
This is the sweetest pinot gris I've drunk, more along the lines of a riesling than an Italian or Californian pinot. It was good, just very sweet. Honey notes, citrusy, maybe apricot. The notes at Invino suggest drinking it was scallops but I can't imagine that. Lobster maybe since it tends to be sweeter.
I looked up the Giacomo and there's no description of what goes into the blend. I'd guess a lot of pinot. It's a drinkable, pull out to drink with the chicken, nice middle-of-the-road white. For $10 it's worth it.