Wine School - Session #17: Pretty Good Italian White Wine That Isn’t Pinot Grigio
There’s a world in which Pinot Grigio doesn’t exist any longer. That’s a world we all should look forward to. The reason we have such disdain for Pinot Grigio is because it has monopolized the easy-drinking white wine market for too long. Also, the wines are very likely to be made in a lab and full of chemicals so it’s just not something we should be supporting any longer. Good news, Italy is full of white grapes that you may have never heard of but fill the same purpose Pinot Grigio does. They are inexpensive, thirst-quenching, and really there to just be consumed rather than pondered on. These are wines to just drink. Wines which are pretty good rather than great. Sometimes, pretty good, is exactly what you’re looking for.