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"Call it Pinot Grigio or Grauburgunder - either way it's a good one. And that is probably wildly underselling it. Fresh, with a limestone-yeasty nose, little shards of melon fruit all with crisp angles. The wine is just short of medium weight, yet made to feel even lighter by the zingy acids courtesy of the limestone soils here and the grapes' fairly northern haunts. Pinot Grigio in its most refreshing form." -Importer [+]