This aromatic Italian white pairs fruit flavors with good acidity and structure
Posted: January 24, 2003
Pinot Grigio is the well-known Italian version of France's Pinot Gris grape. It is grown primarily in the north-eastern corner of the country and is a good white wine for sipping as an aperitif or with lighter cuisines.
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