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Bored with pinot grigio? Try these Italian white wines instead
I don’t want to be too rude about pinot grigio. The best ones (usually from Italy’s northern regions of Friuli and Trentino-Alto Adige) have some character – green apples, pears, a citrus streak.
The rest are, if not actually bad, just drearily dilute. Cheap pinot grigio has to be Italy’s blandest wine. There are far more exciting Italian whites.