French, Italian and delicious all over: Pinot Grigio or Gris (both mean "gray," to distinguish the grape from it's darker, noir cousin) is most often a zesty, refreshing, citrusy white, with green notes of apple and lime dominant, and a pale lemon color. You'll also find floral, mineral, and sometimes even saline notes in the wine. Most pinot gris/grigios are quite dry, with a high level of acid. (Although there are exceptions. More on that in a minute.) Learn More
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