Gris or Grigio: Whatever Its Name, This Pinot's Hot

American versions of this white wine are growing in popularity
Tim Fish
Issue: September 30, 2002

In America—land of "been there, done that"—we like new things. Remember when Sangiovese was the next big thing? Then it was Viognier's turn. Only Syrah successfully outgrew its niche. The American wine generating considerable buzz these days goes by two names: Pinot Grigio and Pinot Gris.

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