This has been a year of the unforeseen (see: Russian invasion) but if you were to ask me what I wouldn’t have expected in a wine context, in no way shape or form would I have thought that I’d be recommending an Italian Pinot Grigio to my readers. The reason for this being that outside of Alsace where the variety is made in a wondrous manner, most wines of this variety from Italy are, to use a gentle-ish term, “inoffensive”. The Pinot Grigio that arrives to many import markets is […]

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