Pinot Grigio

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  1. Outback Jack Pinot Grigio

    The Berton Vineyards Outback Jack wines are easy drinking and true to varietal style. This Pinot Grigio is light and refreshing with tingly acidity, lemon and crisp apple flavours which combine to give the palate good length and intensity. Enjoy chilled as an aperitif or with fish and green salads.

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  2. Pinot Grigio Rosato di Pavia, Rocca Estate
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    100% of 100

    A fantastic, easy drinking Pinot Grigio Rosato with a delicate pink colour and a light, floral aroma. It has a supple and fresh taste that will leave you wanting more. Best served chilled, this wine is well suited to salads and white meats.

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  3. Pinot Grigio del Veneto, Rocca Estate
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    90% of 100

    Related to the Pinot Gris grape of Alsace, which in northern Italy produces a dry, fuller, more floral style, with racy, balanced fruit.

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  4. Pinot Grigio Delle Venezie, Lenotti Estate

    From the valleys to the north of Lake Garda and made using traditional methods. Light straw yellow in colour with a delicate and fine bouquet. This wine is best drunk young and has a dry, intense and aromatic taste.

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  5. Mission Estate Hawke's Bay Pinot Gris
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    100% of 100

    The wine displays primary fruit characters typical with Pinot Gris, reminiscent of pear and apple. It has citrus overtones that typify white wines from the Church Road parcel. The palate is soft and approachable with an appealing fresh acidity that makes this wine ideal for current consumption. It shows good intensity and richness with a full round mouth feel. The palate will gain intensity and length on the finish with one to two years bottle maturation.

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  6. Domaine Frey Sohler Pinot Gris

    Don't be fooled into thinking that this has any connection to Hungary! Instead, it is very much indicative of Alsace and as such has a rounded full body and a consistent finish with subtle smoky notes. With such a luxuriant and rich character, it's at its best when accompanying fine cuisine, roast foods and even red meats more typically paired with robust reds.

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  7. Domaine Leon Boesch Le Coq Pinot 'Biodynamic'
    A rounded and glossy Pinot Gris from Domaine Boesch which is excellent with a variety of dishes most notably paella and risotto. Due to a wonderfully concentration of flavour, it stands up well to spicier dishes. Learn More
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