Name: Pinot grigio is a mutation of Pinot Noir whence the name. Grigio in italian means gray, gris in french, and refers to the dusty layer that covers the berries.
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Pinot Grigio has pink-skinned berries and is indistinguishable from Pinot Noir until start ripening.
Origin: in Burgundy.
Where is cultivated: worldwide, in USA, France, New Zealand. In Italy it is widely diffused in northern regions.
Pinot Grigio Wine description.
Color: is light yellow to rich
Flavor. Fruit: pear and peach
Acidity: quite low
Ageability: to be drunk young
Personality: can vary a lot depending on region and style