Pinot Grigio is a light and dry Italian white wine.
Refreshing as a cold glass of lemonade on a hot summer day.
Light and Pure. Crispy Lemon.
Lime. Green Apple. Pear. Mineral.
Mussels. Garlic Prawns.
Grilled or Fried White Fish. Sea Bass.
Fried Chicken. French Fries.
Simple Pasta (with cheese).
Green Salad with Lemon Acid Vinaigrette.
Light Seafood Salads with Crab, Shrimps, or Prawns.
Pinot Grigio is one of Italy's most popular white wines.
Italian Pinot Grigio and French Pinot Gris use the same grapes, but the Italian wine is dry and crisp while the french is sweeter and more aromatic. The Italian grapes are harvested before they mature to reduce sugar in favor of acid.
Pinot Grigio is cultivated many places in Italy, but the most prominent regions are in the northeastern regions:
Veneto, Trentino, Alto Adige and Venezie (Friuli-Venezia Giulia).