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Pinot Grigio for Less Than $15

Pinot Grigio for Less Than $15


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One thing you learn quickly when you get to taste as many wines as I do is that there is only a loose correlation between price and quality. Paying more for a wine certainly doesn’t guarantee a better wine, but when you move from one price point to another you can at least hope that the average score of the relative groups will justify the price differential.

With pinot grigio, that is certainly true. This group of wines, ranging from just less than $10 to about $15, is really a nice representation of what to expect at this price point. There are a few winners, wines that can easily compete with bottles costing 50 percent more, but there are also a lot of duds here. Sometimes when we spend a little less hoping to save money, we end up with a lot less wine for our money. Shop carefully and you’ll see that there are many values to be found in pinot grigio under $15 a bottle.

These wines are bursting with the trademark fresh fruit and bright character we all love in our pinot grigio. Even some $10 bottles can be delicious, but at this price point there are too many pitfalls to ignore, so shop carefully!

2011 Albino Armani Corvara Pinot Grigio Valdadige 12.5 percent $15

Softly fragrant on the nose with some light herb spice notes accenting the apricot, lime pith, and heirloom apple fruit. Very clear and fresh in the mouth with integrated acidity supporting a slightly rounded mouthfeel. There’s plenty of fresh fruit here, simple and pure with notes of pear and apricot brightening with a touch of lime pith on the back end. This is a modestly rich, nicely dry example of pinot grigio with some really attractive mineral and almond notes adding detail to the moderately long finish. This is rather refined and complex for pinot grigio. 89pts

2011 Willow Crest Pinot Gris Yakima Valley 13 percent $15

Hugely aromatic with some sulfur that needs to blow off. Under that this has intense citrus, passion fruit, and melon aromas. Nicely balanced in the mouth and a bit towards the round side of things but with nice cut and a light mineral edge to the fruit. The intensity found on the nose does not quite translate to the palate, though this does have a lovely tangerine, honeydew, and lightly exotic tropical fruit profile which is delightful if not terribly varietal. More apple fruit pops on the back end and settles in on the moderately long finish. This is a lovely rendition of pinot gris. 89pts

2010 Bargetto Regan Vineyard Pinot Grigio Santa Cruz Mtns 14.5 percent $15

Dry and dusty on the nose with lots of apple core and mineral aromas topped with a little sage and sorrel herbiness. Dry, small-scaled, and precise on entry, this is a nicely scaled wine with richness and good acidity lending excellent balance. The flavors run towards Asian pear and heirloom apples here, with a little cashew thrown in for good measure. This finishes cleanly with more orchard fruit flavors that gain a light sweetness. 87pts

2011 Santi Sortesele Pinot Grigio Delle Venezia 12.5 percent $12

Light and fresh on the nose with a mineral water top note over a nice base of citrus and green apple with a hint of peach. There’s plenty to like here with juicy, mouthwatering acidity balanced by an edge of fleshiness. Succulent flavors of green apple, dried lemon pith, and a touch of apricot all come together on the palate and play out on the rather long finish, which shows slight sweetness balancing out the acidity. A bit simple but well put together. 87pts


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— Gregory Del Piaz, Snooth

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10 of the Best Pinot Grigios for 2021

Named for its grayish-hued skin, Pinot Grigio (or Pinot Gris) is the second most popular white varietal in the United States. Thought to be a mutation of the red Pinot Noir grape, Pinot Grigio is a staple of northern Italy’s wine regions, where its dry zestiness and refreshing acidity pair beautifully with seasonal pastas, cured meats, and salty cheeses.

In fact, Pinot Grigio is popular across the wine-growing world and, like its cousin Pinot Noir, it reflects the characteristics of its terroir in its flavor. German and Alsatian Pinot Gris is known for its steeliness, while New Zealand-grown Pinot Grigio can be very fruit-forward. No matter where it hails from, however, you’re sure to find a Pinot Grigio to suit your taste. To help, we’ve pulled together a list of the best we’ve tried in the past year — wines that received the highest scores in our wine reviews — and arranged them by score and price.

Here are 10 of the best Pinot Grigios you can buy right now, with reviews by VinePair tastings director Keith Beavers.

These Are Our All-Time Favorite, Best Selling Everyday Wine Glasses

Jermann Pinot Grigio Venezia Giulia IGT 2018

Want to know what an extremely excellent Pinot Grigio tastes like in the sea of Pinots on the market? This is what this grape wants to taste and feel like. The structure of this wine is on point, with frothy acidity and calm, refreshing fruit notes that will remind you of lemons, wet rocks after a rainstorm, and skunky herbs. It is such a well-done wine, and is easy on the wallet. It’s also screw cap, so you can grab a bunch of them and have one hell of an afternoon summer lunch with friends. Get ready for fist bumps and high fives. Average price: $23

Mack & Schuhle ‘Art of Earth’ Pinot Grigio Terre Siciliane IGT 2019

This is a great Pinot Grigio, over-delivering on your expectations of this style of wine. It has refreshing acidity on the palate, but is balanced by a slight depth and aromas of fresh sliced pear. It’s affordable, so I would buy a case or five of this wine, just to have on hand. Peeps will definitely be impressed. Average price: $9

Alois Lageder ‘Riff’ Pinot Grigio 2019

For a cheap Pinot Grigio, you can’t go wrong here. It’s under a screw cap and is ready to pop for whatever you have going on. It is crisp with ripe fruit that will remind you of sliced apples. It’s a great bottle to buy a case of in the name of spontaneity. Average price: $10

Cantina Tramin – Kellerei Tramin Pinot Grigio 2018

This one is a bit different. It has a bit more depth and grip on the palate than your typical, under-$20 Pinot. It has a soft, honeyed nose and is mineral-driven, yet broad. This is the bottle you bring to raise eyebrows at your next get-together. Average price: $16

FEL Anderson Valley Pinot Gris 2019

This wine is only available on the winery’s website, but man is this a good wine. For those of you that like clean and crisp whites like Pinot Grigio or Gavi di Gavi, this is stepping it up a notch. You get all the refreshing acidity and lift on the palate — with smells of apples and honey — but there is a nice, slight weight to the palate that really brings the balance home. Average price: $25

Cantina Termeno – Kellerei Tramin Selections ‘Unterebner’ Pinot Grigio 2017

This is not the Pinot Grigio you’re used to — and that’s a good thing. This wine has a distinct sweetness of subtle vanilla. It has low acidity, so it rests on the palate before showing its broad mouthfeel. It’s very balanced and very different. Instead of a meal, I would hang out with this bottle and a legit and varied local meat-and- cheese plate. Average price: $31

King Estate Pinot Gris 2018

This is an awesome wine, and it’s under $20. It’s refreshing with good acidity, but it doesn’t skimp on balanced fruit depth. Coaxing complexity out of this grape can be a challenge, but this screw-cap wine kills it. Average price: $16

Cavit Pinot Grigio delle Venezie IGT 2019

I’m just gonna say it: This is the best deal on the shelf in the white wine section (phew, that felt good). You probably know this wine well, and may never read this review because you already know you dig it. For those new to this awesome $9 wine, it is clean, crisp, and balanced. It will jive with casual nibbles or a full-on picnic lunch (I’m thinking chicken salad and caprese). If you were to ever buy a case of Pinot Grigio, this should be it. Average price: $9

Cavit Alta Luna Pinot Grigio Vigneti delle Dolomiti IGT 2018

If you see this bottle, don’t think, just grab it. It’s one of the most balanced white wines on a supermarket shelf for the price. It’s clean and crisp, with a tart fruit core, like a ripe green apple slice. This is a bottle you crack open while enjoying some nibbles and good friends. It’ll become a game-night staple. Average price: $11

Regalato Pinot Grigio 2019

There are so many cheap Pinot Grigios out there, am I right? Here’s a gem in the pile. It has nice, balanced, fruity, and zippy acidity. At less than $10, it’s the bottle you buy a case or two of for whatever happens in the next few hours. Average price: $9


10 of the Best Pinot Grigios for 2021

Named for its grayish-hued skin, Pinot Grigio (or Pinot Gris) is the second most popular white varietal in the United States. Thought to be a mutation of the red Pinot Noir grape, Pinot Grigio is a staple of northern Italy’s wine regions, where its dry zestiness and refreshing acidity pair beautifully with seasonal pastas, cured meats, and salty cheeses.

In fact, Pinot Grigio is popular across the wine-growing world and, like its cousin Pinot Noir, it reflects the characteristics of its terroir in its flavor. German and Alsatian Pinot Gris is known for its steeliness, while New Zealand-grown Pinot Grigio can be very fruit-forward. No matter where it hails from, however, you’re sure to find a Pinot Grigio to suit your taste. To help, we’ve pulled together a list of the best we’ve tried in the past year — wines that received the highest scores in our wine reviews — and arranged them by score and price.

Here are 10 of the best Pinot Grigios you can buy right now, with reviews by VinePair tastings director Keith Beavers.

These Are Our All-Time Favorite, Best Selling Everyday Wine Glasses

Jermann Pinot Grigio Venezia Giulia IGT 2018

Want to know what an extremely excellent Pinot Grigio tastes like in the sea of Pinots on the market? This is what this grape wants to taste and feel like. The structure of this wine is on point, with frothy acidity and calm, refreshing fruit notes that will remind you of lemons, wet rocks after a rainstorm, and skunky herbs. It is such a well-done wine, and is easy on the wallet. It’s also screw cap, so you can grab a bunch of them and have one hell of an afternoon summer lunch with friends. Get ready for fist bumps and high fives. Average price: $23

Mack & Schuhle ‘Art of Earth’ Pinot Grigio Terre Siciliane IGT 2019

This is a great Pinot Grigio, over-delivering on your expectations of this style of wine. It has refreshing acidity on the palate, but is balanced by a slight depth and aromas of fresh sliced pear. It’s affordable, so I would buy a case or five of this wine, just to have on hand. Peeps will definitely be impressed. Average price: $9

Alois Lageder ‘Riff’ Pinot Grigio 2019

For a cheap Pinot Grigio, you can’t go wrong here. It’s under a screw cap and is ready to pop for whatever you have going on. It is crisp with ripe fruit that will remind you of sliced apples. It’s a great bottle to buy a case of in the name of spontaneity. Average price: $10

Cantina Tramin – Kellerei Tramin Pinot Grigio 2018

This one is a bit different. It has a bit more depth and grip on the palate than your typical, under-$20 Pinot. It has a soft, honeyed nose and is mineral-driven, yet broad. This is the bottle you bring to raise eyebrows at your next get-together. Average price: $16

FEL Anderson Valley Pinot Gris 2019

This wine is only available on the winery’s website, but man is this a good wine. For those of you that like clean and crisp whites like Pinot Grigio or Gavi di Gavi, this is stepping it up a notch. You get all the refreshing acidity and lift on the palate — with smells of apples and honey — but there is a nice, slight weight to the palate that really brings the balance home. Average price: $25

Cantina Termeno – Kellerei Tramin Selections ‘Unterebner’ Pinot Grigio 2017

This is not the Pinot Grigio you’re used to — and that’s a good thing. This wine has a distinct sweetness of subtle vanilla. It has low acidity, so it rests on the palate before showing its broad mouthfeel. It’s very balanced and very different. Instead of a meal, I would hang out with this bottle and a legit and varied local meat-and- cheese plate. Average price: $31

King Estate Pinot Gris 2018

This is an awesome wine, and it’s under $20. It’s refreshing with good acidity, but it doesn’t skimp on balanced fruit depth. Coaxing complexity out of this grape can be a challenge, but this screw-cap wine kills it. Average price: $16

Cavit Pinot Grigio delle Venezie IGT 2019

I’m just gonna say it: This is the best deal on the shelf in the white wine section (phew, that felt good). You probably know this wine well, and may never read this review because you already know you dig it. For those new to this awesome $9 wine, it is clean, crisp, and balanced. It will jive with casual nibbles or a full-on picnic lunch (I’m thinking chicken salad and caprese). If you were to ever buy a case of Pinot Grigio, this should be it. Average price: $9

Cavit Alta Luna Pinot Grigio Vigneti delle Dolomiti IGT 2018

If you see this bottle, don’t think, just grab it. It’s one of the most balanced white wines on a supermarket shelf for the price. It’s clean and crisp, with a tart fruit core, like a ripe green apple slice. This is a bottle you crack open while enjoying some nibbles and good friends. It’ll become a game-night staple. Average price: $11

Regalato Pinot Grigio 2019

There are so many cheap Pinot Grigios out there, am I right? Here’s a gem in the pile. It has nice, balanced, fruity, and zippy acidity. At less than $10, it’s the bottle you buy a case or two of for whatever happens in the next few hours. Average price: $9


10 of the Best Pinot Grigios for 2021

Named for its grayish-hued skin, Pinot Grigio (or Pinot Gris) is the second most popular white varietal in the United States. Thought to be a mutation of the red Pinot Noir grape, Pinot Grigio is a staple of northern Italy’s wine regions, where its dry zestiness and refreshing acidity pair beautifully with seasonal pastas, cured meats, and salty cheeses.

In fact, Pinot Grigio is popular across the wine-growing world and, like its cousin Pinot Noir, it reflects the characteristics of its terroir in its flavor. German and Alsatian Pinot Gris is known for its steeliness, while New Zealand-grown Pinot Grigio can be very fruit-forward. No matter where it hails from, however, you’re sure to find a Pinot Grigio to suit your taste. To help, we’ve pulled together a list of the best we’ve tried in the past year — wines that received the highest scores in our wine reviews — and arranged them by score and price.

Here are 10 of the best Pinot Grigios you can buy right now, with reviews by VinePair tastings director Keith Beavers.

These Are Our All-Time Favorite, Best Selling Everyday Wine Glasses

Jermann Pinot Grigio Venezia Giulia IGT 2018

Want to know what an extremely excellent Pinot Grigio tastes like in the sea of Pinots on the market? This is what this grape wants to taste and feel like. The structure of this wine is on point, with frothy acidity and calm, refreshing fruit notes that will remind you of lemons, wet rocks after a rainstorm, and skunky herbs. It is such a well-done wine, and is easy on the wallet. It’s also screw cap, so you can grab a bunch of them and have one hell of an afternoon summer lunch with friends. Get ready for fist bumps and high fives. Average price: $23

Mack & Schuhle ‘Art of Earth’ Pinot Grigio Terre Siciliane IGT 2019

This is a great Pinot Grigio, over-delivering on your expectations of this style of wine. It has refreshing acidity on the palate, but is balanced by a slight depth and aromas of fresh sliced pear. It’s affordable, so I would buy a case or five of this wine, just to have on hand. Peeps will definitely be impressed. Average price: $9

Alois Lageder ‘Riff’ Pinot Grigio 2019

For a cheap Pinot Grigio, you can’t go wrong here. It’s under a screw cap and is ready to pop for whatever you have going on. It is crisp with ripe fruit that will remind you of sliced apples. It’s a great bottle to buy a case of in the name of spontaneity. Average price: $10

Cantina Tramin – Kellerei Tramin Pinot Grigio 2018

This one is a bit different. It has a bit more depth and grip on the palate than your typical, under-$20 Pinot. It has a soft, honeyed nose and is mineral-driven, yet broad. This is the bottle you bring to raise eyebrows at your next get-together. Average price: $16

FEL Anderson Valley Pinot Gris 2019

This wine is only available on the winery’s website, but man is this a good wine. For those of you that like clean and crisp whites like Pinot Grigio or Gavi di Gavi, this is stepping it up a notch. You get all the refreshing acidity and lift on the palate — with smells of apples and honey — but there is a nice, slight weight to the palate that really brings the balance home. Average price: $25

Cantina Termeno – Kellerei Tramin Selections ‘Unterebner’ Pinot Grigio 2017

This is not the Pinot Grigio you’re used to — and that’s a good thing. This wine has a distinct sweetness of subtle vanilla. It has low acidity, so it rests on the palate before showing its broad mouthfeel. It’s very balanced and very different. Instead of a meal, I would hang out with this bottle and a legit and varied local meat-and- cheese plate. Average price: $31

King Estate Pinot Gris 2018

This is an awesome wine, and it’s under $20. It’s refreshing with good acidity, but it doesn’t skimp on balanced fruit depth. Coaxing complexity out of this grape can be a challenge, but this screw-cap wine kills it. Average price: $16

Cavit Pinot Grigio delle Venezie IGT 2019

I’m just gonna say it: This is the best deal on the shelf in the white wine section (phew, that felt good). You probably know this wine well, and may never read this review because you already know you dig it. For those new to this awesome $9 wine, it is clean, crisp, and balanced. It will jive with casual nibbles or a full-on picnic lunch (I’m thinking chicken salad and caprese). If you were to ever buy a case of Pinot Grigio, this should be it. Average price: $9

Cavit Alta Luna Pinot Grigio Vigneti delle Dolomiti IGT 2018

If you see this bottle, don’t think, just grab it. It’s one of the most balanced white wines on a supermarket shelf for the price. It’s clean and crisp, with a tart fruit core, like a ripe green apple slice. This is a bottle you crack open while enjoying some nibbles and good friends. It’ll become a game-night staple. Average price: $11

Regalato Pinot Grigio 2019

There are so many cheap Pinot Grigios out there, am I right? Here’s a gem in the pile. It has nice, balanced, fruity, and zippy acidity. At less than $10, it’s the bottle you buy a case or two of for whatever happens in the next few hours. Average price: $9


10 of the Best Pinot Grigios for 2021

Named for its grayish-hued skin, Pinot Grigio (or Pinot Gris) is the second most popular white varietal in the United States. Thought to be a mutation of the red Pinot Noir grape, Pinot Grigio is a staple of northern Italy’s wine regions, where its dry zestiness and refreshing acidity pair beautifully with seasonal pastas, cured meats, and salty cheeses.

In fact, Pinot Grigio is popular across the wine-growing world and, like its cousin Pinot Noir, it reflects the characteristics of its terroir in its flavor. German and Alsatian Pinot Gris is known for its steeliness, while New Zealand-grown Pinot Grigio can be very fruit-forward. No matter where it hails from, however, you’re sure to find a Pinot Grigio to suit your taste. To help, we’ve pulled together a list of the best we’ve tried in the past year — wines that received the highest scores in our wine reviews — and arranged them by score and price.

Here are 10 of the best Pinot Grigios you can buy right now, with reviews by VinePair tastings director Keith Beavers.

These Are Our All-Time Favorite, Best Selling Everyday Wine Glasses

Jermann Pinot Grigio Venezia Giulia IGT 2018

Want to know what an extremely excellent Pinot Grigio tastes like in the sea of Pinots on the market? This is what this grape wants to taste and feel like. The structure of this wine is on point, with frothy acidity and calm, refreshing fruit notes that will remind you of lemons, wet rocks after a rainstorm, and skunky herbs. It is such a well-done wine, and is easy on the wallet. It’s also screw cap, so you can grab a bunch of them and have one hell of an afternoon summer lunch with friends. Get ready for fist bumps and high fives. Average price: $23

Mack & Schuhle ‘Art of Earth’ Pinot Grigio Terre Siciliane IGT 2019

This is a great Pinot Grigio, over-delivering on your expectations of this style of wine. It has refreshing acidity on the palate, but is balanced by a slight depth and aromas of fresh sliced pear. It’s affordable, so I would buy a case or five of this wine, just to have on hand. Peeps will definitely be impressed. Average price: $9

Alois Lageder ‘Riff’ Pinot Grigio 2019

For a cheap Pinot Grigio, you can’t go wrong here. It’s under a screw cap and is ready to pop for whatever you have going on. It is crisp with ripe fruit that will remind you of sliced apples. It’s a great bottle to buy a case of in the name of spontaneity. Average price: $10

Cantina Tramin – Kellerei Tramin Pinot Grigio 2018

This one is a bit different. It has a bit more depth and grip on the palate than your typical, under-$20 Pinot. It has a soft, honeyed nose and is mineral-driven, yet broad. This is the bottle you bring to raise eyebrows at your next get-together. Average price: $16

FEL Anderson Valley Pinot Gris 2019

This wine is only available on the winery’s website, but man is this a good wine. For those of you that like clean and crisp whites like Pinot Grigio or Gavi di Gavi, this is stepping it up a notch. You get all the refreshing acidity and lift on the palate — with smells of apples and honey — but there is a nice, slight weight to the palate that really brings the balance home. Average price: $25

Cantina Termeno – Kellerei Tramin Selections ‘Unterebner’ Pinot Grigio 2017

This is not the Pinot Grigio you’re used to — and that’s a good thing. This wine has a distinct sweetness of subtle vanilla. It has low acidity, so it rests on the palate before showing its broad mouthfeel. It’s very balanced and very different. Instead of a meal, I would hang out with this bottle and a legit and varied local meat-and- cheese plate. Average price: $31

King Estate Pinot Gris 2018

This is an awesome wine, and it’s under $20. It’s refreshing with good acidity, but it doesn’t skimp on balanced fruit depth. Coaxing complexity out of this grape can be a challenge, but this screw-cap wine kills it. Average price: $16

Cavit Pinot Grigio delle Venezie IGT 2019

I’m just gonna say it: This is the best deal on the shelf in the white wine section (phew, that felt good). You probably know this wine well, and may never read this review because you already know you dig it. For those new to this awesome $9 wine, it is clean, crisp, and balanced. It will jive with casual nibbles or a full-on picnic lunch (I’m thinking chicken salad and caprese). If you were to ever buy a case of Pinot Grigio, this should be it. Average price: $9

Cavit Alta Luna Pinot Grigio Vigneti delle Dolomiti IGT 2018

If you see this bottle, don’t think, just grab it. It’s one of the most balanced white wines on a supermarket shelf for the price. It’s clean and crisp, with a tart fruit core, like a ripe green apple slice. This is a bottle you crack open while enjoying some nibbles and good friends. It’ll become a game-night staple. Average price: $11

Regalato Pinot Grigio 2019

There are so many cheap Pinot Grigios out there, am I right? Here’s a gem in the pile. It has nice, balanced, fruity, and zippy acidity. At less than $10, it’s the bottle you buy a case or two of for whatever happens in the next few hours. Average price: $9


10 of the Best Pinot Grigios for 2021

Named for its grayish-hued skin, Pinot Grigio (or Pinot Gris) is the second most popular white varietal in the United States. Thought to be a mutation of the red Pinot Noir grape, Pinot Grigio is a staple of northern Italy’s wine regions, where its dry zestiness and refreshing acidity pair beautifully with seasonal pastas, cured meats, and salty cheeses.

In fact, Pinot Grigio is popular across the wine-growing world and, like its cousin Pinot Noir, it reflects the characteristics of its terroir in its flavor. German and Alsatian Pinot Gris is known for its steeliness, while New Zealand-grown Pinot Grigio can be very fruit-forward. No matter where it hails from, however, you’re sure to find a Pinot Grigio to suit your taste. To help, we’ve pulled together a list of the best we’ve tried in the past year — wines that received the highest scores in our wine reviews — and arranged them by score and price.

Here are 10 of the best Pinot Grigios you can buy right now, with reviews by VinePair tastings director Keith Beavers.

These Are Our All-Time Favorite, Best Selling Everyday Wine Glasses

Jermann Pinot Grigio Venezia Giulia IGT 2018

Want to know what an extremely excellent Pinot Grigio tastes like in the sea of Pinots on the market? This is what this grape wants to taste and feel like. The structure of this wine is on point, with frothy acidity and calm, refreshing fruit notes that will remind you of lemons, wet rocks after a rainstorm, and skunky herbs. It is such a well-done wine, and is easy on the wallet. It’s also screw cap, so you can grab a bunch of them and have one hell of an afternoon summer lunch with friends. Get ready for fist bumps and high fives. Average price: $23

Mack & Schuhle ‘Art of Earth’ Pinot Grigio Terre Siciliane IGT 2019

This is a great Pinot Grigio, over-delivering on your expectations of this style of wine. It has refreshing acidity on the palate, but is balanced by a slight depth and aromas of fresh sliced pear. It’s affordable, so I would buy a case or five of this wine, just to have on hand. Peeps will definitely be impressed. Average price: $9

Alois Lageder ‘Riff’ Pinot Grigio 2019

For a cheap Pinot Grigio, you can’t go wrong here. It’s under a screw cap and is ready to pop for whatever you have going on. It is crisp with ripe fruit that will remind you of sliced apples. It’s a great bottle to buy a case of in the name of spontaneity. Average price: $10

Cantina Tramin – Kellerei Tramin Pinot Grigio 2018

This one is a bit different. It has a bit more depth and grip on the palate than your typical, under-$20 Pinot. It has a soft, honeyed nose and is mineral-driven, yet broad. This is the bottle you bring to raise eyebrows at your next get-together. Average price: $16

FEL Anderson Valley Pinot Gris 2019

This wine is only available on the winery’s website, but man is this a good wine. For those of you that like clean and crisp whites like Pinot Grigio or Gavi di Gavi, this is stepping it up a notch. You get all the refreshing acidity and lift on the palate — with smells of apples and honey — but there is a nice, slight weight to the palate that really brings the balance home. Average price: $25

Cantina Termeno – Kellerei Tramin Selections ‘Unterebner’ Pinot Grigio 2017

This is not the Pinot Grigio you’re used to — and that’s a good thing. This wine has a distinct sweetness of subtle vanilla. It has low acidity, so it rests on the palate before showing its broad mouthfeel. It’s very balanced and very different. Instead of a meal, I would hang out with this bottle and a legit and varied local meat-and- cheese plate. Average price: $31

King Estate Pinot Gris 2018

This is an awesome wine, and it’s under $20. It’s refreshing with good acidity, but it doesn’t skimp on balanced fruit depth. Coaxing complexity out of this grape can be a challenge, but this screw-cap wine kills it. Average price: $16

Cavit Pinot Grigio delle Venezie IGT 2019

I’m just gonna say it: This is the best deal on the shelf in the white wine section (phew, that felt good). You probably know this wine well, and may never read this review because you already know you dig it. For those new to this awesome $9 wine, it is clean, crisp, and balanced. It will jive with casual nibbles or a full-on picnic lunch (I’m thinking chicken salad and caprese). If you were to ever buy a case of Pinot Grigio, this should be it. Average price: $9

Cavit Alta Luna Pinot Grigio Vigneti delle Dolomiti IGT 2018

If you see this bottle, don’t think, just grab it. It’s one of the most balanced white wines on a supermarket shelf for the price. It’s clean and crisp, with a tart fruit core, like a ripe green apple slice. This is a bottle you crack open while enjoying some nibbles and good friends. It’ll become a game-night staple. Average price: $11

Regalato Pinot Grigio 2019

There are so many cheap Pinot Grigios out there, am I right? Here’s a gem in the pile. It has nice, balanced, fruity, and zippy acidity. At less than $10, it’s the bottle you buy a case or two of for whatever happens in the next few hours. Average price: $9


10 of the Best Pinot Grigios for 2021

Named for its grayish-hued skin, Pinot Grigio (or Pinot Gris) is the second most popular white varietal in the United States. Thought to be a mutation of the red Pinot Noir grape, Pinot Grigio is a staple of northern Italy’s wine regions, where its dry zestiness and refreshing acidity pair beautifully with seasonal pastas, cured meats, and salty cheeses.

In fact, Pinot Grigio is popular across the wine-growing world and, like its cousin Pinot Noir, it reflects the characteristics of its terroir in its flavor. German and Alsatian Pinot Gris is known for its steeliness, while New Zealand-grown Pinot Grigio can be very fruit-forward. No matter where it hails from, however, you’re sure to find a Pinot Grigio to suit your taste. To help, we’ve pulled together a list of the best we’ve tried in the past year — wines that received the highest scores in our wine reviews — and arranged them by score and price.

Here are 10 of the best Pinot Grigios you can buy right now, with reviews by VinePair tastings director Keith Beavers.

These Are Our All-Time Favorite, Best Selling Everyday Wine Glasses

Jermann Pinot Grigio Venezia Giulia IGT 2018

Want to know what an extremely excellent Pinot Grigio tastes like in the sea of Pinots on the market? This is what this grape wants to taste and feel like. The structure of this wine is on point, with frothy acidity and calm, refreshing fruit notes that will remind you of lemons, wet rocks after a rainstorm, and skunky herbs. It is such a well-done wine, and is easy on the wallet. It’s also screw cap, so you can grab a bunch of them and have one hell of an afternoon summer lunch with friends. Get ready for fist bumps and high fives. Average price: $23

Mack & Schuhle ‘Art of Earth’ Pinot Grigio Terre Siciliane IGT 2019

This is a great Pinot Grigio, over-delivering on your expectations of this style of wine. It has refreshing acidity on the palate, but is balanced by a slight depth and aromas of fresh sliced pear. It’s affordable, so I would buy a case or five of this wine, just to have on hand. Peeps will definitely be impressed. Average price: $9

Alois Lageder ‘Riff’ Pinot Grigio 2019

For a cheap Pinot Grigio, you can’t go wrong here. It’s under a screw cap and is ready to pop for whatever you have going on. It is crisp with ripe fruit that will remind you of sliced apples. It’s a great bottle to buy a case of in the name of spontaneity. Average price: $10

Cantina Tramin – Kellerei Tramin Pinot Grigio 2018

This one is a bit different. It has a bit more depth and grip on the palate than your typical, under-$20 Pinot. It has a soft, honeyed nose and is mineral-driven, yet broad. This is the bottle you bring to raise eyebrows at your next get-together. Average price: $16

FEL Anderson Valley Pinot Gris 2019

This wine is only available on the winery’s website, but man is this a good wine. For those of you that like clean and crisp whites like Pinot Grigio or Gavi di Gavi, this is stepping it up a notch. You get all the refreshing acidity and lift on the palate — with smells of apples and honey — but there is a nice, slight weight to the palate that really brings the balance home. Average price: $25

Cantina Termeno – Kellerei Tramin Selections ‘Unterebner’ Pinot Grigio 2017

This is not the Pinot Grigio you’re used to — and that’s a good thing. This wine has a distinct sweetness of subtle vanilla. It has low acidity, so it rests on the palate before showing its broad mouthfeel. It’s very balanced and very different. Instead of a meal, I would hang out with this bottle and a legit and varied local meat-and- cheese plate. Average price: $31

King Estate Pinot Gris 2018

This is an awesome wine, and it’s under $20. It’s refreshing with good acidity, but it doesn’t skimp on balanced fruit depth. Coaxing complexity out of this grape can be a challenge, but this screw-cap wine kills it. Average price: $16

Cavit Pinot Grigio delle Venezie IGT 2019

I’m just gonna say it: This is the best deal on the shelf in the white wine section (phew, that felt good). You probably know this wine well, and may never read this review because you already know you dig it. For those new to this awesome $9 wine, it is clean, crisp, and balanced. It will jive with casual nibbles or a full-on picnic lunch (I’m thinking chicken salad and caprese). If you were to ever buy a case of Pinot Grigio, this should be it. Average price: $9

Cavit Alta Luna Pinot Grigio Vigneti delle Dolomiti IGT 2018

If you see this bottle, don’t think, just grab it. It’s one of the most balanced white wines on a supermarket shelf for the price. It’s clean and crisp, with a tart fruit core, like a ripe green apple slice. This is a bottle you crack open while enjoying some nibbles and good friends. It’ll become a game-night staple. Average price: $11

Regalato Pinot Grigio 2019

There are so many cheap Pinot Grigios out there, am I right? Here’s a gem in the pile. It has nice, balanced, fruity, and zippy acidity. At less than $10, it’s the bottle you buy a case or two of for whatever happens in the next few hours. Average price: $9


10 of the Best Pinot Grigios for 2021

Named for its grayish-hued skin, Pinot Grigio (or Pinot Gris) is the second most popular white varietal in the United States. Thought to be a mutation of the red Pinot Noir grape, Pinot Grigio is a staple of northern Italy’s wine regions, where its dry zestiness and refreshing acidity pair beautifully with seasonal pastas, cured meats, and salty cheeses.

In fact, Pinot Grigio is popular across the wine-growing world and, like its cousin Pinot Noir, it reflects the characteristics of its terroir in its flavor. German and Alsatian Pinot Gris is known for its steeliness, while New Zealand-grown Pinot Grigio can be very fruit-forward. No matter where it hails from, however, you’re sure to find a Pinot Grigio to suit your taste. To help, we’ve pulled together a list of the best we’ve tried in the past year — wines that received the highest scores in our wine reviews — and arranged them by score and price.

Here are 10 of the best Pinot Grigios you can buy right now, with reviews by VinePair tastings director Keith Beavers.

These Are Our All-Time Favorite, Best Selling Everyday Wine Glasses

Jermann Pinot Grigio Venezia Giulia IGT 2018

Want to know what an extremely excellent Pinot Grigio tastes like in the sea of Pinots on the market? This is what this grape wants to taste and feel like. The structure of this wine is on point, with frothy acidity and calm, refreshing fruit notes that will remind you of lemons, wet rocks after a rainstorm, and skunky herbs. It is such a well-done wine, and is easy on the wallet. It’s also screw cap, so you can grab a bunch of them and have one hell of an afternoon summer lunch with friends. Get ready for fist bumps and high fives. Average price: $23

Mack & Schuhle ‘Art of Earth’ Pinot Grigio Terre Siciliane IGT 2019

This is a great Pinot Grigio, over-delivering on your expectations of this style of wine. It has refreshing acidity on the palate, but is balanced by a slight depth and aromas of fresh sliced pear. It’s affordable, so I would buy a case or five of this wine, just to have on hand. Peeps will definitely be impressed. Average price: $9

Alois Lageder ‘Riff’ Pinot Grigio 2019

For a cheap Pinot Grigio, you can’t go wrong here. It’s under a screw cap and is ready to pop for whatever you have going on. It is crisp with ripe fruit that will remind you of sliced apples. It’s a great bottle to buy a case of in the name of spontaneity. Average price: $10

Cantina Tramin – Kellerei Tramin Pinot Grigio 2018

This one is a bit different. It has a bit more depth and grip on the palate than your typical, under-$20 Pinot. It has a soft, honeyed nose and is mineral-driven, yet broad. This is the bottle you bring to raise eyebrows at your next get-together. Average price: $16

FEL Anderson Valley Pinot Gris 2019

This wine is only available on the winery’s website, but man is this a good wine. For those of you that like clean and crisp whites like Pinot Grigio or Gavi di Gavi, this is stepping it up a notch. You get all the refreshing acidity and lift on the palate — with smells of apples and honey — but there is a nice, slight weight to the palate that really brings the balance home. Average price: $25

Cantina Termeno – Kellerei Tramin Selections ‘Unterebner’ Pinot Grigio 2017

This is not the Pinot Grigio you’re used to — and that’s a good thing. This wine has a distinct sweetness of subtle vanilla. It has low acidity, so it rests on the palate before showing its broad mouthfeel. It’s very balanced and very different. Instead of a meal, I would hang out with this bottle and a legit and varied local meat-and- cheese plate. Average price: $31

King Estate Pinot Gris 2018

This is an awesome wine, and it’s under $20. It’s refreshing with good acidity, but it doesn’t skimp on balanced fruit depth. Coaxing complexity out of this grape can be a challenge, but this screw-cap wine kills it. Average price: $16

Cavit Pinot Grigio delle Venezie IGT 2019

I’m just gonna say it: This is the best deal on the shelf in the white wine section (phew, that felt good). You probably know this wine well, and may never read this review because you already know you dig it. For those new to this awesome $9 wine, it is clean, crisp, and balanced. It will jive with casual nibbles or a full-on picnic lunch (I’m thinking chicken salad and caprese). If you were to ever buy a case of Pinot Grigio, this should be it. Average price: $9

Cavit Alta Luna Pinot Grigio Vigneti delle Dolomiti IGT 2018

If you see this bottle, don’t think, just grab it. It’s one of the most balanced white wines on a supermarket shelf for the price. It’s clean and crisp, with a tart fruit core, like a ripe green apple slice. This is a bottle you crack open while enjoying some nibbles and good friends. It’ll become a game-night staple. Average price: $11

Regalato Pinot Grigio 2019

There are so many cheap Pinot Grigios out there, am I right? Here’s a gem in the pile. It has nice, balanced, fruity, and zippy acidity. At less than $10, it’s the bottle you buy a case or two of for whatever happens in the next few hours. Average price: $9


10 of the Best Pinot Grigios for 2021

Named for its grayish-hued skin, Pinot Grigio (or Pinot Gris) is the second most popular white varietal in the United States. Thought to be a mutation of the red Pinot Noir grape, Pinot Grigio is a staple of northern Italy’s wine regions, where its dry zestiness and refreshing acidity pair beautifully with seasonal pastas, cured meats, and salty cheeses.

In fact, Pinot Grigio is popular across the wine-growing world and, like its cousin Pinot Noir, it reflects the characteristics of its terroir in its flavor. German and Alsatian Pinot Gris is known for its steeliness, while New Zealand-grown Pinot Grigio can be very fruit-forward. No matter where it hails from, however, you’re sure to find a Pinot Grigio to suit your taste. To help, we’ve pulled together a list of the best we’ve tried in the past year — wines that received the highest scores in our wine reviews — and arranged them by score and price.

Here are 10 of the best Pinot Grigios you can buy right now, with reviews by VinePair tastings director Keith Beavers.

These Are Our All-Time Favorite, Best Selling Everyday Wine Glasses

Jermann Pinot Grigio Venezia Giulia IGT 2018

Want to know what an extremely excellent Pinot Grigio tastes like in the sea of Pinots on the market? This is what this grape wants to taste and feel like. The structure of this wine is on point, with frothy acidity and calm, refreshing fruit notes that will remind you of lemons, wet rocks after a rainstorm, and skunky herbs. It is such a well-done wine, and is easy on the wallet. It’s also screw cap, so you can grab a bunch of them and have one hell of an afternoon summer lunch with friends. Get ready for fist bumps and high fives. Average price: $23

Mack & Schuhle ‘Art of Earth’ Pinot Grigio Terre Siciliane IGT 2019

This is a great Pinot Grigio, over-delivering on your expectations of this style of wine. It has refreshing acidity on the palate, but is balanced by a slight depth and aromas of fresh sliced pear. It’s affordable, so I would buy a case or five of this wine, just to have on hand. Peeps will definitely be impressed. Average price: $9

Alois Lageder ‘Riff’ Pinot Grigio 2019

For a cheap Pinot Grigio, you can’t go wrong here. It’s under a screw cap and is ready to pop for whatever you have going on. It is crisp with ripe fruit that will remind you of sliced apples. It’s a great bottle to buy a case of in the name of spontaneity. Average price: $10

Cantina Tramin – Kellerei Tramin Pinot Grigio 2018

This one is a bit different. It has a bit more depth and grip on the palate than your typical, under-$20 Pinot. It has a soft, honeyed nose and is mineral-driven, yet broad. This is the bottle you bring to raise eyebrows at your next get-together. Average price: $16

FEL Anderson Valley Pinot Gris 2019

This wine is only available on the winery’s website, but man is this a good wine. For those of you that like clean and crisp whites like Pinot Grigio or Gavi di Gavi, this is stepping it up a notch. You get all the refreshing acidity and lift on the palate — with smells of apples and honey — but there is a nice, slight weight to the palate that really brings the balance home. Average price: $25

Cantina Termeno – Kellerei Tramin Selections ‘Unterebner’ Pinot Grigio 2017

This is not the Pinot Grigio you’re used to — and that’s a good thing. This wine has a distinct sweetness of subtle vanilla. It has low acidity, so it rests on the palate before showing its broad mouthfeel. It’s very balanced and very different. Instead of a meal, I would hang out with this bottle and a legit and varied local meat-and- cheese plate. Average price: $31

King Estate Pinot Gris 2018

This is an awesome wine, and it’s under $20. It’s refreshing with good acidity, but it doesn’t skimp on balanced fruit depth. Coaxing complexity out of this grape can be a challenge, but this screw-cap wine kills it. Average price: $16

Cavit Pinot Grigio delle Venezie IGT 2019

I’m just gonna say it: This is the best deal on the shelf in the white wine section (phew, that felt good). You probably know this wine well, and may never read this review because you already know you dig it. For those new to this awesome $9 wine, it is clean, crisp, and balanced. It will jive with casual nibbles or a full-on picnic lunch (I’m thinking chicken salad and caprese). If you were to ever buy a case of Pinot Grigio, this should be it. Average price: $9

Cavit Alta Luna Pinot Grigio Vigneti delle Dolomiti IGT 2018

If you see this bottle, don’t think, just grab it. It’s one of the most balanced white wines on a supermarket shelf for the price. It’s clean and crisp, with a tart fruit core, like a ripe green apple slice. This is a bottle you crack open while enjoying some nibbles and good friends. It’ll become a game-night staple. Average price: $11

Regalato Pinot Grigio 2019

There are so many cheap Pinot Grigios out there, am I right? Here’s a gem in the pile. It has nice, balanced, fruity, and zippy acidity. At less than $10, it’s the bottle you buy a case or two of for whatever happens in the next few hours. Average price: $9


10 of the Best Pinot Grigios for 2021

Named for its grayish-hued skin, Pinot Grigio (or Pinot Gris) is the second most popular white varietal in the United States. Thought to be a mutation of the red Pinot Noir grape, Pinot Grigio is a staple of northern Italy’s wine regions, where its dry zestiness and refreshing acidity pair beautifully with seasonal pastas, cured meats, and salty cheeses.

In fact, Pinot Grigio is popular across the wine-growing world and, like its cousin Pinot Noir, it reflects the characteristics of its terroir in its flavor. German and Alsatian Pinot Gris is known for its steeliness, while New Zealand-grown Pinot Grigio can be very fruit-forward. No matter where it hails from, however, you’re sure to find a Pinot Grigio to suit your taste. To help, we’ve pulled together a list of the best we’ve tried in the past year — wines that received the highest scores in our wine reviews — and arranged them by score and price.

Here are 10 of the best Pinot Grigios you can buy right now, with reviews by VinePair tastings director Keith Beavers.

These Are Our All-Time Favorite, Best Selling Everyday Wine Glasses

Jermann Pinot Grigio Venezia Giulia IGT 2018

Want to know what an extremely excellent Pinot Grigio tastes like in the sea of Pinots on the market? This is what this grape wants to taste and feel like. The structure of this wine is on point, with frothy acidity and calm, refreshing fruit notes that will remind you of lemons, wet rocks after a rainstorm, and skunky herbs. It is such a well-done wine, and is easy on the wallet. It’s also screw cap, so you can grab a bunch of them and have one hell of an afternoon summer lunch with friends. Get ready for fist bumps and high fives. Average price: $23

Mack & Schuhle ‘Art of Earth’ Pinot Grigio Terre Siciliane IGT 2019

This is a great Pinot Grigio, over-delivering on your expectations of this style of wine. It has refreshing acidity on the palate, but is balanced by a slight depth and aromas of fresh sliced pear. It’s affordable, so I would buy a case or five of this wine, just to have on hand. Peeps will definitely be impressed. Average price: $9

Alois Lageder ‘Riff’ Pinot Grigio 2019

For a cheap Pinot Grigio, you can’t go wrong here. It’s under a screw cap and is ready to pop for whatever you have going on. It is crisp with ripe fruit that will remind you of sliced apples. It’s a great bottle to buy a case of in the name of spontaneity. Average price: $10

Cantina Tramin – Kellerei Tramin Pinot Grigio 2018

This one is a bit different. It has a bit more depth and grip on the palate than your typical, under-$20 Pinot. It has a soft, honeyed nose and is mineral-driven, yet broad. This is the bottle you bring to raise eyebrows at your next get-together. Average price: $16

FEL Anderson Valley Pinot Gris 2019

This wine is only available on the winery’s website, but man is this a good wine. For those of you that like clean and crisp whites like Pinot Grigio or Gavi di Gavi, this is stepping it up a notch. You get all the refreshing acidity and lift on the palate — with smells of apples and honey — but there is a nice, slight weight to the palate that really brings the balance home. Average price: $25

Cantina Termeno – Kellerei Tramin Selections ‘Unterebner’ Pinot Grigio 2017

This is not the Pinot Grigio you’re used to — and that’s a good thing. This wine has a distinct sweetness of subtle vanilla. It has low acidity, so it rests on the palate before showing its broad mouthfeel. It’s very balanced and very different. Instead of a meal, I would hang out with this bottle and a legit and varied local meat-and- cheese plate. Average price: $31

King Estate Pinot Gris 2018

This is an awesome wine, and it’s under $20. It’s refreshing with good acidity, but it doesn’t skimp on balanced fruit depth. Coaxing complexity out of this grape can be a challenge, but this screw-cap wine kills it. Average price: $16

Cavit Pinot Grigio delle Venezie IGT 2019

I’m just gonna say it: This is the best deal on the shelf in the white wine section (phew, that felt good). You probably know this wine well, and may never read this review because you already know you dig it. For those new to this awesome $9 wine, it is clean, crisp, and balanced. It will jive with casual nibbles or a full-on picnic lunch (I’m thinking chicken salad and caprese). If you were to ever buy a case of Pinot Grigio, this should be it. Average price: $9

Cavit Alta Luna Pinot Grigio Vigneti delle Dolomiti IGT 2018

If you see this bottle, don’t think, just grab it. It’s one of the most balanced white wines on a supermarket shelf for the price. It’s clean and crisp, with a tart fruit core, like a ripe green apple slice. This is a bottle you crack open while enjoying some nibbles and good friends. It’ll become a game-night staple. Average price: $11

Regalato Pinot Grigio 2019

There are so many cheap Pinot Grigios out there, am I right? Here’s a gem in the pile. It has nice, balanced, fruity, and zippy acidity. At less than $10, it’s the bottle you buy a case or two of for whatever happens in the next few hours. Average price: $9


10 of the Best Pinot Grigios for 2021

Named for its grayish-hued skin, Pinot Grigio (or Pinot Gris) is the second most popular white varietal in the United States. Thought to be a mutation of the red Pinot Noir grape, Pinot Grigio is a staple of northern Italy’s wine regions, where its dry zestiness and refreshing acidity pair beautifully with seasonal pastas, cured meats, and salty cheeses.

In fact, Pinot Grigio is popular across the wine-growing world and, like its cousin Pinot Noir, it reflects the characteristics of its terroir in its flavor. German and Alsatian Pinot Gris is known for its steeliness, while New Zealand-grown Pinot Grigio can be very fruit-forward. No matter where it hails from, however, you’re sure to find a Pinot Grigio to suit your taste. To help, we’ve pulled together a list of the best we’ve tried in the past year — wines that received the highest scores in our wine reviews — and arranged them by score and price.

Here are 10 of the best Pinot Grigios you can buy right now, with reviews by VinePair tastings director Keith Beavers.

These Are Our All-Time Favorite, Best Selling Everyday Wine Glasses

Jermann Pinot Grigio Venezia Giulia IGT 2018

Want to know what an extremely excellent Pinot Grigio tastes like in the sea of Pinots on the market? This is what this grape wants to taste and feel like. The structure of this wine is on point, with frothy acidity and calm, refreshing fruit notes that will remind you of lemons, wet rocks after a rainstorm, and skunky herbs. It is such a well-done wine, and is easy on the wallet. It’s also screw cap, so you can grab a bunch of them and have one hell of an afternoon summer lunch with friends. Get ready for fist bumps and high fives. Average price: $23

Mack & Schuhle ‘Art of Earth’ Pinot Grigio Terre Siciliane IGT 2019

This is a great Pinot Grigio, over-delivering on your expectations of this style of wine. It has refreshing acidity on the palate, but is balanced by a slight depth and aromas of fresh sliced pear. It’s affordable, so I would buy a case or five of this wine, just to have on hand. Peeps will definitely be impressed. Average price: $9

Alois Lageder ‘Riff’ Pinot Grigio 2019

For a cheap Pinot Grigio, you can’t go wrong here. It’s under a screw cap and is ready to pop for whatever you have going on. It is crisp with ripe fruit that will remind you of sliced apples. It’s a great bottle to buy a case of in the name of spontaneity. Average price: $10

Cantina Tramin – Kellerei Tramin Pinot Grigio 2018

This one is a bit different. It has a bit more depth and grip on the palate than your typical, under-$20 Pinot. It has a soft, honeyed nose and is mineral-driven, yet broad. This is the bottle you bring to raise eyebrows at your next get-together. Average price: $16

FEL Anderson Valley Pinot Gris 2019

This wine is only available on the winery’s website, but man is this a good wine. For those of you that like clean and crisp whites like Pinot Grigio or Gavi di Gavi, this is stepping it up a notch. You get all the refreshing acidity and lift on the palate — with smells of apples and honey — but there is a nice, slight weight to the palate that really brings the balance home. Average price: $25

Cantina Termeno – Kellerei Tramin Selections ‘Unterebner’ Pinot Grigio 2017

This is not the Pinot Grigio you’re used to — and that’s a good thing. This wine has a distinct sweetness of subtle vanilla. It has low acidity, so it rests on the palate before showing its broad mouthfeel. It’s very balanced and very different. Instead of a meal, I would hang out with this bottle and a legit and varied local meat-and- cheese plate. Average price: $31

King Estate Pinot Gris 2018

This is an awesome wine, and it’s under $20. It’s refreshing with good acidity, but it doesn’t skimp on balanced fruit depth. Coaxing complexity out of this grape can be a challenge, but this screw-cap wine kills it. Average price: $16

Cavit Pinot Grigio delle Venezie IGT 2019

I’m just gonna say it: This is the best deal on the shelf in the white wine section (phew, that felt good). You probably know this wine well, and may never read this review because you already know you dig it. For those new to this awesome $9 wine, it is clean, crisp, and balanced. It will jive with casual nibbles or a full-on picnic lunch (I’m thinking chicken salad and caprese). If you were to ever buy a case of Pinot Grigio, this should be it. Average price: $9

Cavit Alta Luna Pinot Grigio Vigneti delle Dolomiti IGT 2018

If you see this bottle, don’t think, just grab it. It’s one of the most balanced white wines on a supermarket shelf for the price. It’s clean and crisp, with a tart fruit core, like a ripe green apple slice. This is a bottle you crack open while enjoying some nibbles and good friends. It’ll become a game-night staple. Average price: $11

Regalato Pinot Grigio 2019

There are so many cheap Pinot Grigios out there, am I right? Here’s a gem in the pile. It has nice, balanced, fruity, and zippy acidity. At less than $10, it’s the bottle you buy a case or two of for whatever happens in the next few hours. Average price: $9



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