Pinot Grigio: Articles on the Pinot Grigio White Wine Grape Varietal

"Three Pinot Grigios" - Santa Margherita, Bollini, & Caposaldo - IntoWineTV Episode 118

"Italian Whites" Host Lisa Kolenda and wine experts Bartholomew Broadbent, Cezar Kusik, and Rob Renteria taste and discuss three Pinot Grigios.

2016 Folonari Pinot Grigio Venezie IGT, Italy, Veneto - Wine Review

Grade: 
B
Score: 
85

Light green gold in color.  The nose has minerals, limes and slight steely notes.  On the palate, this is easy drinking.  Minerals and slight citrus.  Nice texture with good aci

2015 Tenute Arnaces Vigneto Pinot Grigio Campo dei Gelsi Venezie IGT, Italy, Veneto - Wine Review

Grade: 
B
Score: 
87

Light silvery gold in color.  The nose is grassy and reminiscent of a Sauvignon Blanc.  Slightly oily in texture.  More about mninerals on the palate.  Some tart tropical fruit.

Pinot Grigio: Italy's Trentino-Alto Adige Region Produces a Great Summer Sipping Wine

Summertime.  For many of us that is the time for a cool white wine.  Of course many of them are produced in Italy.  One of the more commercially successful whites is the Pinot Grigio from Italy.  Specifically, those produced in the north-eastern province of Trentino-Alto Adige.  Surrounded the Alps and Dolomites, and bordering Austria and Switzerland, this is the northern most region in Italy.  The area is mountainous with only about 15% of the land being farmable.

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