Written on: 27/10/2009 by degbert (120 reviews written)
Pinot Grigio, when well done, is light, refreshing, drinkable, with gentle hints of white fruit and a very limited acidity or after-taste. There are some great examples from across the globe, and as the name suggests its spiritual home is Italy, in the same way that - arguably - Sauvignon Blanc is most comfortable up the Loire valley in mid France.
However, we know all too well the "new world" (a term I am sure some folk find offensive) has something to say about the accepted norm; the Kiwis… Read Full Review
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