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#1. Santa Margherita Pinot Grigio DOC

4.8
341 ratings
11
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The wine is dry with intense aromas and appealing flavors of Golden Delicious apples and citrus with a long, multi-layered finish. Excellent as an aperitif and with a medium body that makes it versatile to pair with everything from salads to chicken or grilled fish. Wonderful pairing ideas include butter lettuce with apples, walnuts and pomegranate seeds, pizza topped with prosciutto and arugula, scallops with tarragon cream, or tagliatelle with Italian olive oil, lemon zest and pine nuts.

#2. Black Box Pinot Grigio

4.8
79 ratings
2
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Black Box Pinot Grigio has an aroma of green apple, pear and honeydew. As you taste it, you'll pick up hints of lime and green apple. Pair this wine with Chicken, White Fish, Oysters, Grilled Veggies or Salad.

#3. Richer Pour Pinot Grigio

5.0
2 ratings
0
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Boston, MA…..Richer Pour Wine Co. partners David Gordon and Brandy Rand unveiled the company’s brand new product, the Richer Pour Wine Tap Box, today. The wine on tap box hits Greater Boston retail outlets beginning June 2014. “As the leading brand of fine wine on tap in in bars and restaurants around the state, we are excited to offer our wine on tap for the home,” says Rand. Available at liquor stores, the Richer Pour Tap

#4. Lange Pinot Gris Reserve

5.0
2 ratings
0
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#5. Rosemont Block A Pinot Grigio

5.0
2 ratings
0
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A new concept white wine that blends Pinot Grigio with Chardonel and pays homage to where the grapes grow in our vineyard. A medium-bodied, dry white wine with green apple and tropical fruit aromas.

#6. Tinhorn Creek Pinot Gris

5.0
2 ratings
0
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Straw yellow colour and beautiful clarity. The nose is very youthful and jumps out with banana and papaya. Honey and lemon mingle with pear and honeydew melon. The palate is focused and precise, with more refreshing citrus-driven acidity than in 2016. Tropical fruit in the mid-palate and crisp lingering finish. This wine screams for shellfish.

#7. Hugel Pinot Gris

5.0
1 ratings
0
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  • Tasting Notes:
    Apricot, Floral, Minerality, Nutty, Peach, Stone Fruit, Tropical Fruit
  • Food Pairing:
    Chicken, Fish - Meaty & Oily, Fish - White, Salads & Greens, Shellfish
  • ABV:
    14%
Pinot Gris is one of the four Noble Grapes of Alsace, a region in the east of France bordering Germany. The grape when grown in Alsace creates a wine that is quite different, with more richness and complexity than Pinot Grigio, even though they are the same grape. The resulting wine is dry as well as aromatic, with rich apricot and peach notes on the nose. From a drastic selection of the best grapes purchased from winegrowers under long-term contract in a dozen of the most favored localities in and around the village of Riquewihr and includes a sizable amount of grapes declassified from some Grand Cru vineyards of the Hugel estate. The hand-picked grapes were taken intact to the presses, filled by gravity, the must decanted for a few hours, then fermented in temperature-controlled vats with natural yeasts. From the winemaker: Rich and full but still dry. Pinot Gris can be discreet, but also has the longest aging potential. The bouquet is soft and supple, intense, characteristically open and expressive, with fully ripe fruit notes, apricot, wild plum, licorice, a touch of buttery brioche, sesame seed, pistachio and fresh hazelnut. The wine fills the mouth and is well constructed, suave, velvety, soft and almost juicy, with a nice long aromatic finish. About the Brand: For over 370 years and with 13-family generations the Hugel family has unrivaled experience and knowledge of Alsace vineyards and winemaking. Known today for their passion and modern outlook, the dynamic Hugel family, located in the picture-postcard fortified village of Riquewihr, has earned a worldwide reputation for their Alsace wines. From Hugel’s Grossi Laüe to Vendange Tardive, their wines are released only when the family agrees they are ready; the focus is ultimate quality. A first-time taste of these wines is a revelation. Critical Acclaim: 2018: 90 points Wine Enthusiast "Notes of ripe yellow pear on the nose promise juiciness and freshness. Delivering on both counts, the palate presents an easy and appetizing core of green and yellow pear. The rounded body preserves freshness that brightens the dry finish." Wine Enthusiast

#8. Averill Creek Pinot Grigio

5.0
1 ratings
0
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Light, Lively & Unoaked! Fresh, fruity aromas of sweet apple-pear & honeydew melon topped with delicate floral notes. Crisp & refreshing, bursting with vibrant citrus & green apple flavours. A delightful apéritif with the intensity to also pair beautifully with food. Serve alongside light seafood, shellfish, pasta or risotto.

#9. Antiquum Farm “Daisy” Pinot Gris

5.0
1 ratings
0
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Daisy is focused, precise, and all about refined texture, minerality and crisp acidity. Citrus and floral components blend seamlessly with pom fruit, lemon curd, pear, river stone and metallic nuance. The wine is barrel fermented, and rest on the lees for 5 months in 50/50 stainless/1 fill French oak. The lees are gently stirred to build texture before finally allowing the wine to settle naturally.

#10. Meinklang Foam Sparkling Pinot Gris

5.0
1 ratings
0
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"The Michlits family runs the Meinklang farm which is a wide and varied Demeter-certified agricultural operation cultivating a number of different crops as well as raising 300 Angus cattle. The estate represents what used to be common practice everywhere in the Pannonian countryside: a mixed farming operation, managed by extended family. The wine estate is well integrated into the farm and lead by Angela and Werner Michlits. The ancient method of sparkling wine - Petillant Naturel. Creamy from the yeast but still refreshing and crisp. A charming sparkling wine that will surprise you every second. Made from skin macerated Pinot Gris; technically an ""orange"" sparkling wine. "

#11. Pierpaolo Pecorari Pinot Grigio

5.0
1 ratings
0
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#12. Rabble Pinot Gris

5.0
1 ratings
0
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Exotic aromatics of young pineapple, kiwi, lemon, flint and white flower are enhanced beautifully with more subtler notes of lemongrass, kefir lime and green guava. The fresh tropical flavors are brought into focus with medium-intensity acidity which comes from its cooler maritime growing region. The palate has lovely weight and balance while finishing nicely with vibrant flavors and salinity.

#13. Jermann Pinot Grigio Sc

5.0
1 ratings
0
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#14. No Shoes Pinot Grigio

5.0
1 ratings
0
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No Shoes Pinot Grigio starts with tropical aromas and a hint of lemon-lime zest. The light and crisp color of this wine lends well to the apricot, peach and pear flavors. This wine is light and refreshing, culminating in a soft finish with a hint of oak. This Pinot Grigio has a fullness and smoothness that differs from any other Pinot Grigio you have ever had.

#15. Desmonta Pinot Grigio

5.0
1 ratings
0
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#16. Tenutae Lageder Pinot Grigio Porer

5.0
1 ratings
0
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Pinot Grigio is more than just the Italian name for Pinot Gris. Although the two names refer to a single grape variety, the wine styles they represent are clearly distinct from one another. The difference between Pinot Grigio wines and Pinot Gris wines is so clear and well-established that the two are often treated as if they were two distinct varieties.

#17. Loveblock Pinot Gris

5.0
1 ratings
0
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#18. Trimbach Pinot Gris

5.0
1 ratings
0
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The grapes are selected by Pierre and Jean Trimbach from the Trimbachs’ own vineyards and from growers with whom the family has long term relationships, and usually picked during the first week of October. The Pinot Gris is vinified to complete dryness and is fermented in temperature controlled stainless steel and concrete vats. The wine is not oak-aged, as the Trimbachs believe that wood adds nothing to their wines, the salient characteristics of which are extreme purity and concentrated fruit.

#19. Bolognani Pinot Grigio

5.0
1 ratings
0
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We create it using the grape of the same name, which was introduced to the Trentino-Alto Adige Region during the first-half of the past century, and which was known as “Ruländer” until the sixties. The grapes, which grow in the prestigious vineyards of Lavis and Meano di Trento, are hand-picked and selected in early September; they are then carefully macerated without the skins in stainless steel containers. Afterwards, the wine is aged on its lees to enhance its character and the intensity of its fragrance, until spring, when we bottle it. We offer the current year’s vintage but it has good ageing potential.

#20. King Estate “Domaine” Willamette Valley Pinot Gris

5.0
1 ratings
0
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    Apple, Apricot, Balanced, Bright, Citrus, Creamy, Crisp, Crushed Rock, Dry, Fresh, Fruity, Green Apple, Guava, Melon, Melon - Honeydew, Minerality, Nectarine, Passionfruit, Peach, Pear, Stone Fruit, Tropical
  • Food Pairing:
    Cheese - Blue, Cheese - Creamy & Bloomy, Cheese - Fresh & Soft, Chicken, Cured Meats, Fish - White, Fruit - Citrus, Mushrooms, Root Vegetables, Salads & Greens, Shellfish, Turkey
  • ABV:
    13.5%
Domaine Pinot Gris is the preeminent selection from King Estate Winery, made exclusively from certified organic and Biodynamic® grapes from our Estate Vineyard in the Southern Willamette Valley. The Estate is certified by Demeter USA as the largest Biodynamic vineyard in the United States and has been certified organic since 2002.

#21. Volpe Pasini Grivo Pinot Grigio 2013

5.0
1 ratings
0
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The fruit and spices aromas of this Pinot Grigio make it a wine for all hours and for all tastes. The maceration without the skins, the extremely low quantity of sulphur oxide used and the control of the fermentation temperature, make it a fruity, elegant, fresh, complete and exciting wine.

#22. Benton-Lane Pinot Gris

5.0
1 ratings
0
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This Pinot Gris has aromas of delicate honeysuckle blossom, lemon lime zest, grapefruit and mixed citrus fruit. The flavors of pineapple, Granny Smith apple and lemon meringue blend well with a balanced creamy mouthfeel and a nice acidic finish.

#23. Domaine Mittnacht Freres Les Petits Grains Pinot Gris

5.0
1 ratings
0
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#24. Cedar Creek Pinot Gris

5.0
1 ratings
0
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#25. Sandhill Hidden Terrace Pinot Gris

5.0
1 ratings
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Clear and bright with fresh, clean aromas of melon, red apple and peach. This medium-bodied Pinot Gris has a slightly rich mouth-feel and the perfect splash of acidity on the finish to refresh. Wonderful flavours of melon and pear fill the mouth. Refreshing notes of citrus, white currant and green apple, along with a touch of spice linger on the finish. Serve lightly chilled at 14 to 15˚C (to enhance the rich mouth-feel). Pairs well with leek and mushroom quiche; sautéed scallops; crab cakes with mayo dipping sauce; pork tenderloin with pine-nut mushroom stuffing; pork tenderloin in a cream sauce; roast chicken or turkey; butternut squash soup with toasted almonds; potato fish cakes; Beemster Graskaas Gouda.

#26. Emile Beyer Pinot Gris

5.0
1 ratings
0
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These wines have the characteristic fruitiness of our region correspond perfectly to their wine variety. Pleasant to drink and suitable as an accompaniment to all occasions

#27. St Michael Pinot Grigio Anger 2014

5.0
1 ratings
0
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Pinot Grigio is more than just the Italian name for Pinot Gris. Although the two names refer to a single grape variety, the wine styles they represent are clearly distinct from one another. The difference between Pinot Grigio wines and Pinot Gris wines is so clear and well-established that the two are often treated as if they were two distinct varieties. The refreshing Pinot Grigio style has enjoyed great success in various countries, most recently the United States, (where it is fondly nicknamed "Greej") and Australia. The most common descriptors of the style are "light", "crisp" and "dry". These characteristics are complemented by aroma notes citing lemon, green apple and blossoms. The Grigio style is achieved by...more

#28. Lorentz Cremat Rose

5.0
1 ratings
0
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The Cremant d’Alsace Rose is made from Pinot Noir, which is full of charm and elegance. It makes a refined aperitif and an ideal cocktail or reception drink. Fresh and discreetly fruity, it inspires a host of gastronomic matches.

#29. Domaine Jean Marie Bechtold Pinot Gris Silberberg

5.0
1 ratings
0
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"Pinot Gris Silberberg is from a lieu-dit, gravelly limestone in texture and composition,located just below the 'Engelberg' vineyard, on the steep slopes surrounding the village of Dahlenheim. It offers bountiful fruit both on the nose and palate accented softly with notes of spice" - Importer's Notes

#30. Anime Pinot Grigio

5.0
1 ratings
0
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Wine Tasting NotesSourced from the Collio district of Friuli, the most renowned area for white wine in Italy, the emphasis is on the fruit with this stainless steel fermented white. Ripe flavors of apple, pear, lemon & mineral and an excellent mouthfeel make the Anime an exceptional value in the realm of Pinot Grigio. It is a wonderful style for sipping with friends and conversation and will pair well with fresh mozzarella and tomato, sauted snapper with lemon butter, and fontina cheese-carmelized onion-basil pizza. Read more: http://www.snooth.com/wine/anime-friuli-pinot-grigio-2005/#ixzz3ZOWlEQbS