Wine is often described through a spectrum of flavors, but it can also be assessed by its color, as the particular shades can reveal valuable clues about its flavors and body. This Pinot Gris is dominated by a beautiful array of green and yellow hues, ranging from pale lime to golden. Pour a glass and contemplate what you see before finally taking a sip.
Rogue Valley, Oregon, United States
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Pinot Blanc is a genetic mutation of Pinot Noir, but it tastes nothing like Pinot Grigio, which is also a mutation. Pinot Blanc is mostly grown in Alsace, where it's also used to make a sparkling wine called Cremant d'Alsace.