Pinot Gris and Pinot Grigio both refer to the same grape variety, which is grey in colour. However, that’s where the differences end, Pinot Grigio is the Italian style which is picked earlier for a crisper, more acidic finish. Pinot Gris, on the other hand, is named for the French style, in which the grapes are picked later for a slightly sweeter and more floral wine.
Intense fresh pear on the nose, complemented by peach and gala apples on the palate. This wine boasts a robust flavour, with hints of pear, apple, melon, and lychees. It has low levels of residual sugar, ensuring a long-lasting taste even after the wine has been consumed.