Pinot Gris/Grigio is a grayish-purple grape that yields a white wine with a refreshing character. It is a versatile grape that produces a wide variety of styles depending on the region and winemaking style; some (like those from Alsace) can be full-bodied with a rich, somewhat floral bouquet while others (like those from Italy) can be crisp and light-bodied with dominating citrus aromas. You can use Wine Enthusiast’s online Buying Guide to find the top-rated Pinot Gris/Grigio among our extensive Pinot Gris/Grigio wine reviews and easy-to-use database. Our Pinot Gris/Grigio reviews will give you a general idea what to expect from wines made from Pinot Gris/Grigio, and will help you find one that best suits your needs.
Rich and sweet wine in character with a Vendange Tardive. It is gorgeous and opulent, while balanced and elegant. The acidity is in wonderful contrast to the smoky honey and orange zest flavors. A hint of bitterness suggests, for sure, that this wine will be even more wonderful when aged.
This very limited, concrete-egg-fermented, and thoroughly splendid Pinot Gris is a good indication of the potential for PG in Oregon if the price limitations are lifted. Stunningly rich with citrus, lemon curd, ripe apple and light tropical fruits, this concentrated, deeply driven wine is both roundly full and amazingly dense. Certainly the best Oregon Pinot Gris…
Everything that’s good about late-harvest Pinot Gris is captured in this wine from the Kessler vineyard. The apricot and peach aromas are powerful, but it’s the acid-based nectarine, honey and maple flavors that really make the point. Clear and focused throughout.
Stunningly beautiful. Decadently rich and flamboyant, with its peach, honeysuckle, apricot, wildflower, vanilla and smoke aromas and flavors. Rich and sweet as honey, yet this wine is fully dry and quite crisp with acidity. Exquisite concentration, with the weight and density of a Grand Cru.
This is one solid, tight nectar with exotic stone-fruit aromas alongside honey, melon and apricot. It’s got just enough complexity to satisfy fans of serious European dessert wines. Long and sweet late, with excellent acidity and a lush texture.
Packed with dense, concentrated, pure fruit, layers of flavors piled on each other. At this young stage, the dominant flavor is spice, but there is plenty of fruit hiding, which will come out as it develops. The wine is relatively sweet. Imported by Paterno Wines International.
A richly sweet, intense wine, with almost botrytis-like sweetness and concentration. Honey and sweet fruit dominate this wine, beautifully made and balanced, leaving freshness and elegance at the end.
As is common with many of the Deiss wines, this carries no indication of varietal, just the name of the vineyard, in this case a small parcel between Bergheim and Ribeauvillé. With its sweetness and richness, this has characteristics of noble rot, but the spiciness of Pinot Gris shows through. There is also great finishing acidity. Imported by New Castle Imports.