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Five inspired alternatives to Pinot Grigio

Light, fresh and fairly neutral, it is one of the most popular wine styles out there. But if you fancy venturing beyond the familiarity of Pinot Grigio, follow our Tasting team's recommendations for some characterful alternatives...

Pinot Grigio is best known as the light Italian white; fresh and round with tropical fruit and peardrop flavours. As the quality increases and yields become lower, so the texture gains weight and the flavours become more focused with minerality coming into the frame.

Working on the key themes of texture, fruit expression and minerality, our Tastings team have picked some top Pinot Grigio alternatives to look for on restaurant winelists or the shelves of wine merchants and supermarkets.

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