Pinot Grigio

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Pinot Grigio
About as refreshing as it gets on hot day, Pinot Grigio is a bright, minerally white wine that’s as quaffable as it is affable. For your purposes, we are treating Pinot Grigio as separate from Pinot Gris. Although they are the same grape, Pinot Gris is usually made in a richer style with higher alcohol and more fruity characteristics. Wine labeled Pinot Grigio is instead meant to indicate that the ...more
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2018 Più Gioia Pinot Grigio

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“Stone Fruit, Easy Drinking, Crowd Pleaser”

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2015 Più Gioia Pinot Grigio

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“Refreshing, Stone Fruit, Easy Drinking”

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2016 Più Gioia Pinot Grigio

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“Easy Drinking, Citrus, Friendly”

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2017 Più Gioia Pinot Grigio

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3.9

“Friendly, Stone Fruit, Crowd Pleaser”

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Pinot Grigio

Though they are sometimes dismissed as being mass-produced, commercial wines, well made Pinot Grigios can really highlight the potential this grape has. It should always be fresh, bright, and dry, but minerality is really the key to the success of this wine, as it lifts up all kinds of fruit flavors. On the primary side of the fruit spectrum you can find citrus and green apple notes – just a light ...more

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