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13 Celsius Pinot Grigio 750ml

13 Celsius® Pinot Grigio is a fruit-forward, refreshing wine that brightens any meal. When the bottle is chilled to 13° Celsius, the ideal...
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A To Z Wineworks Pinot Gris Oregon 2018 750ml

Rated 90 - This widely available wine offers immaculate fruit flavors of apple, pear and melon that carry through to the full-bodied palate. It...
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Abbazia Di Novacella Pinot Grigio 2019 750ml

Rated Editors' Choice - Aromas of green apple, pear and citrus follow over to the savory palate along with green melon, ginger and tangerine zest....
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Albert Neumeister Grauburgunder Steirische Klassik 2017 750ml

Rated 91 - From calcareous gravel soils, the 2017 Grauburgunder Steirische Klassik opens with a precise, fresh, reductive, slightly flinty, yeasty...
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Alois Lageder Tenutae Lageder Pinot Grigio Porer 2018 750ml

Rated 92 - A soft, fruity white with creamy texture and lovely cooked-apple, light honey and stone character. Some hay, too. It’s medium-to...
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Alsace Willm Pinot Gris 2018 750ml

Richly textured, showing earthy, nutty accents, apple and pear flavors. Willm Pinot Gris is lush, with a succulent acidity driving the lingering...
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Pinot Gris/Pinot Grigio

Pinot Gris :Of similar origin to Gewurztraminer, Pinot Gris owes most of its American popularity to Oregon winemakers (though the Willamette Valley version bears little resemblance to Italy's Pinot Grigio!). It is much less perfumed that Gewurztraminer, with very little aromatic quality. It makes up for that with its food versatility and rich extract of tree fruits such as peaches and pears. Pinot Gris exhibits and exciting spicy quality and acidity in the mouth.

Pinot Gris is generally found wherever Pinot Noir is grown, especially in France where it is to be found in Burgundy, but nowadays it is better known in Alsace. There are plantings in Germany, Italy and in Central and South-East Europe, in U.S.A. where small plantings have been established in several states, and in Australia.

In Australia, although a variety bearing that name was introduced in 1832, it is only in the 1990s that the true variety has achieved recognition by growers and consumers, with the most important but small plantings located in Victoria, and Tasmania and South Australia.

In Australia the varietal label Pinot Gris will usually indicate a wine made in the full-bodied style of Alsace in France and Germany, whilst the label Pinot Grigio will usually indicate that the wine is made in the dry, lighter, Italian-influenced style.