If you’re like me, you’ve probably wondered what is the difference between Pinot Grigio and Pinot Gris – if there is any at all?
Some say the difference is in how the wine is aged – oak barrels indicated by Pinot Gris and stainless steel by Pinot Grigio. Some say it’s just how the Italians spell it, and others say: just drink the wine and enjoy.
A to Z’s 2010 Pinot Gris is an easy drinking, refreshing, wine that at $15.99 makes it ideal for outdoor parties with your friends – both wine lovers and those who would usually stick to beer.
The color of pale straw with notes of ripe peach, Fuji apple, and honeysuckle, this wine has a hint of effervescence – making for a soft, pleasant mouth-feel – and the warmth you get after taking a few sips gives away the 13.5% ABV.
Easily drinkable on its own, you could also have this with a light picnic, salad, and chicken or fish dishes.