Pinot Grigio

A close sister of Pinot Noir with a lighter personality full of citrus-apple notes.

Italy’s Great Pinot Grigios

First launched in the U.S. during the late 1970s, Pinot Grigio rose to become one of the most imported wines from Italy by the mid-1990s.

Light & Refreshing Pinot Grigio

Pinot Grigio can be refreshing on a hot day due to their light and zesty lemon character.

Food Pairings

Fish (Including Raw)
Tuna, Cod, Trout, Bass
Poached Or Steamed
Green Vegetables
Green Beans, Kale, Lettuce
Beans & Peas
Lentils, Navy Beans, Pinto Beans, Chickpeas
Herbs
Thyme, Oregano, Basil, Tarragon

Sweetness Scale

  • Bone Dry

  • Dry

  • Off-Dry

  • Medium Sweet

  • Very Sweet

About Pinot Grigio

Pinot Grigio is a white grape variety that originated in the French region of Burgundy and is a white mutation of the black Pinot Noir grape variety. Pinot Grigio, the Italian synonym, is the most common style of this wine, showing bitter citrus and lightly floral notes with medium body and elevated acidity. Pinot Gris, the French synonym, is more commonly found in the French region of Alsace, rather than in its homeland of Burgundy. The French style of this grape is the polar opposite of the Italian style. In France, Pinot Gris is typically rich and fuller-bodied, with higher aromatics and noticeable sweetness on the palate.

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