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Pinot Grigio is the Italian name for the French Pinot Gris, however the two have evolved to become completely separate wines in regards cultivation and vinification. Pinot Grigio is a staple of its Northeastern home of Veneto, Italy. It is typically harvested weeks before its fellow white grapes in order to maintain its signature acidic nature. Pinot Grigio then ferments in stainless-steel tanks rather than oak barrels in order to maintain its famously crisp and light notes.

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