Pinot Grigio Wine
Everyone knows Pinot Grigio. It's the quintessential fresh, dry and slightly aromatic white wine – and overtook Chardonnay as the world's most popular white grape in the early 21st Century. While Pinot Grigio is also produced in Friuli and Alto Adige, Veneto is its spiritual home. Because the warm days are cooled by breezes from Lake Garda to the west and winds from the Alps to the north, grapes grown in Veneto often develop into fresh and enjoyable wines.
What does Pinot Grigio taste like? Pinot Grigio is light and refreshing wine. Best examples will have expressive fruity aromas of grapefruit, lime, melon and pear.