Pinot Grigio

Named for its grey-red color as a grape (Gris and Grigio translate to ‘grey’ in French and Italian respectively), this varietal is most famous for its refreshing citrus and zesty acidity. In simplest terms, Pinot Gris and Pinot Grigio are the same grape made into two different styles of wine the two wines, and their winemaking methods, reflect the countries in which they are most traditionally grown: France and Italy.