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Pinot Grigio


Also known as Pinot Gris or Grauburgunder. This zesty grape has small pine cone shaped clusters – which may have been the origin behind the name and has graced the lists of the best wine bars for decades . Ranging in flavour from the zesty & fresh Italian style still so beloved, to the a rounder style in the new world iterations; it’s enduring popularity shows no sign of stopping soon and nor should it. There are serious efforts in Italy and around the world to upgrade the quality and reputation of wines made with this grape so if you haven’t tried it for a while, take a second look.

Explore the Crisp Delight of Pinot Grigio

Dive into our selection of Pinot Grigio wines, renowned for their beautiful light refreshing taste complimented with a versatile flavour profiles.

Experience the fresh and vibrant world of Pinot Grigio with our handpicked collection. From the mineral-rich terrains of Italy to the dynamic vineyards of the New World, each glass promises a delightful tasting adventure.

Pinot Grigio, also known as Pinot Gris in some regions, is a white grape variety that excels in producing light-bodied, zesty wines. At Seven Cellars, we are passionate about showcasing the range of styles that Pinot Grigio can offer, from crisp and dry to floral and aromatic.

Understanding Pinot Grigio:

  • Origins and Traits: Originally from France where it's known as Pinot Gris, this grape gained prominence in Italy, particularly in regions like Trentino and Friuli. Pinot Grigio is celebrated for its ability to produce refreshing wines with high acidity and bright citrus flavors.
  • Winemaking Processes: The winemaking approach significantly impacts the style of Pinot Grigio. In cooler climates, the focus is often on preserving the aromatic purity and sharp acidity, while in warmer regions, winemakers might aim for a fuller body with more pronounced fruit flavors.
  • Global Styles: Compare the classic Italian Pinot Grigio, known for its lean and crisp character, with the richer and more substantial Pinot Gris from Alsace and Oregon, demonstrating the versatility of this varietal.

Frequently Asked Questions

What food pairs well with Pinot Grigio?

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Pinot Grigio is excellent with seafood, light pastas, and cheese platters. Its crispness cuts through the richness of creamy sauces and complements delicate flavors beautifully.

How does Pinot Grigio differ from Pinot Gris?

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While they are made from the same grape, the name often indicates the style. Pinot Grigio typically refers to the lighter Italian style, while Pinot Gris may suggest a richer, sometimes sweeter, wine, such as those from Alsace or Oregon.

Can Pinot Grigio be aged?

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Most Pinot Grigio is intended to be enjoyed young and fresh. However, richer styles, like those from Alsace, can develop more complex nutty and spicy notes over several years.

What regions are known for high-quality Pinot Grigio?

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Besides the well-known regions of Trentino and Friuli in Italy, high-quality Pinot Grigio is also produced in Alsace, Oregon, and parts of Australia, each offering unique interpretations of this grape.

Are there any innovative trends in Pinot Grigio production?

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Some winemakers are experimenting with skin-contact techniques, often referred to as "orange wines," to add depth and texture to Pinot Grigio, providing a new experience for enthusiasts of this varietal.

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