Pinot Grigio is the perfect warm weather beverage. It's a zesty, refreshing white wine with hints of lemon and green apple. Like most white wine, Pinot Grigio is a light-bodied and a little dry, which makes it great for toasting to special occasions, drinking on the patio, and pool parties where no one actually swims. Browse for a bottle to cook with -- you can even try adding it to the food!What Does Pinot Grigio Taste Like?
Pinot Grigio (pronounced "pē-nō-ˈgrē-j(ē-)ō, -zh(ē-)ō”) is a light-bodied white wine that’s mostly made in two styles: Alsace and Italian.
Alsace Pinot Grigio is sometimes called “spicy”, and has low acidity and high alcohol levels, while Italian Pinot Grigio tends to be more blanked with less acidic and more fruity flavor.Food Pairings
Pinot Grigio pairs well with light seafood and zesty dishes. Of course, the region your bottle of Pinot Grigio comes from will influence what it pairs best with, but I’m most cases the answer is the same: fish tacos. It’s perfect! A match made in heaven.