Learn About Pinot Gris

A major variety in Alsace, France, where it was once called Tokay d’Alsace but, to avoid any confusion with the Hungarian wine also called Tokay, the name was changed to Pinot Gris. View our range.

Alsatian style are rich and generous white wine with a spicy character. Grown in Chile in the Casablanca Valley, and in New Zealand where plantings over the past few years have been prolific, it tends to be aromatic and crisp. It is also known as Pinot Grigio in Itlay where it produces very light white or pale rosé.

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