The Other Pinot ... Gris, That IsNick Passmore
My favorite candidate for the most unjustly overlooked wine grape award is undoubtedly pinot gris. This pink-skinned cousin of both pinot noir and chardonnay can produce wines of great power and real fruit expressions, yet at the same time remain soft and delightfully accessible. And it's not saddled with chardonnay or riesling's haughty, aristocratic pretensions.
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