Pinot Gris wine

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Pinot Gris is originally a white wine grape from Burgundy, but is now found in vineyards internationally. If produced as a light dry wine with pale coloring, it’s called after its Italian name of Pinot Grigio. When produced in its sweeter, rich form, it’s called after its French name of Pinot Gris. Occasionally used as a blending grape, Pinot Gris is more commonly produced as its own varietal. Depending on the region in which it is produced, its flavors and aromas can differ greatly.

However, the mainstay notes of apples, pears, sweet spices, stone fruit, and hints of wet wool and smoke are usually present in each style. Many producers avoid heavy oaking of Pinot Gris, though some used older barrels, which leave a very neutral oak flavor. For complex, heavy bodied Pinot Gris, the process involves contact with the lees, and partial malolactic fermentation. Sweet versions are also very common, made in late harvest conditions.

WineStyle recommends this affordable wine with: sushi, ceviche, light flaky tilapia with cream sauce moule-frites, it also pairs well fresh salads and vegetables, or braised and well spiced greens

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Pinot Gris is a mutation of Pinot Noir, in fact the two varieties are almost indistinguishable when compared side by side. Their differences become apparent only when the berries begin ripening. Pinot Gris takes on distinctive colors ranging from orange-pink to pale purple. Pinot is French for pine cone, as the berry clusters bear resemblance in shape. While Gris is French for gray, referring to the light gray dusty sheen often found on the grapes. Order now! Buy this unique wine, it's listed at a good price in our online shop, our delivery is very fast and your sale is always a guaranteed purchase.

Pinot Gris grapes are typically high in sugar, while being low in acid. This leads directly to fine Pinot Gris arising from its cooler geographical regions, while examples from the warmer climates tend toward low acidity, unenlightened structure, and often high in alcohol.

In Alsace France, Pinot Gris was known as Tokay for many centuries, and also Tokay d’Alsace. In 2007 this name was outlawed by the European Union to prevent confusion with the prestigious Tokaji line of Hungarian wine.

Pinot Gris also comes as a fine variety from the United States and New Zealand. New World vineyards have respected the name and style distinctions between Pinot Gris and Pinot Grigio. Labelling the lighter, dry versions as Pinot Grigio, while the sweeter/rich styles go by Pino Gris.