Pinot Gris is increasing in popularity, particularly in Australia. The wine is made using the same grape as Pinot Grigio. Both wines are made from the same grape and sound very similar, so what is the difference?
The name refers to the different locations in which they are commonly grown. Gris is French for “grey” and is a rich, full-bodied wine grown in France. Whereas, Grigio is Italian for “grey” and is a light-bodied, crisp wine grown in Italy.
In both Pinot Gris and Pinot Grigio, there are common aromas and flavours found including strawberry, apple. Pear, brioche, hay and bread.
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