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Pinot Grigio

Pinot Grigio
The Pinot Grigio grape is probably a genetic mutation of Pinot Noir and it belongs to the group of the so-called "international" varieties, of French origin, but widely cultivated around the world. In Italy the Pinot Grigio has been widely cultivated with mass production, especially in Trentino and Veneto, and for many years has been one of the most popular Italian wines. The Pinot grigio grape natural color is copper but the wine is often made white but if vinified in contact with the skins it takes up its orange color. In Friuli, especially in the Collio area, the Pinot Grigio grapes produces wine of more important structure

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