Pinot Grigio is actually the same grape as Pinot Gris, the noble grape of Alsace. Northern Italian producers tend to prefer to pick this variety a little earlier in order to retain fresh acidity and more neutral green fruit flavours. When labeled as Pinot Grigio the wine generally refers to this lighter, fresher style.

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