Waiting to be uncorked. Read more
Crisp and refreshing. Used in a recipe as well as during and after the meal. Compliments seafood very well. Fruity and dry. Read more
With a trace of bubbles, this wine was perfect for the end of a hot day at the beach, with fresh steamed shrimp! Read more
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Waiting to be uncorked.
Crisp and refreshing. Used in a recipe as well as during and after the meal. Compliments seafood very well. Fruity and dry.
With a trace of bubbles, this wine was perfect for the end of a hot day at the beach, with fresh steamed shrimp!
This wine was fairly smooth with a buttery feel. Almost seemed like a cross between a Pinot Grigio and a Chardonnay. For the price, this was a great deal (spent 5.49 at Trader Joes).
Very light and crisp. Semi-dry and soft on the palate. Great wine for the price. Paid $10 per bottle at Trader Joe's.
Despite it's $3.99 price at Trader Joe's and the vaguely alarming "Frizzante" on the label, this is a fun pinot grigio! I've had pgs that are not so appealing and, er, 7x the price. Very pale in the glass, slight apple aroma, there is more apple and a slight twang of lemon blossom amidst the teeny tiny bubbles. Surprisingly good without food, it was even better with food: lemon-thyme grilled chicken with roasted fennel. Staggering QPR. Go ahead--try it. You won't be sorry!
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