pinot grigio

The Complete Guide to Pairing Alto Adige Wine With Soups & Stews

The Complete Guide to Pairing Alto Adige Wine With Soups & Stews

Surviving a long, cold winter is all about mastering the art of getting cozy, starting with a hot meal and glass of wine. When the temperature drops, nothing beats the smell of something delicious simmering on the stove all afternoon while you enjoy a drink by the fireplace. But if you think boeuf bourguignon and […]

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9 U.S. Ski Destinations For Your Alto Adige Alpine-Inspired Winter Adventures

9 U.S. Ski Destinations For Your Alto Adige Alpine-Inspired Winter Adventures

Picture a beautiful Italian vineyard. You’re probably thinking about gently rolling hills, cypress trees with the sparkling blue sea off in the distance. But think again. One of Italy’s best wine regions (and best-kept secrets) is found in the lush Alpine region of northern Italy where apple orchards and vines cling to the mountainsides and […]

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Mass Appeal: The 10 Most Popular Pinot Grigio Brands in the World

Mass Appeal: The 10 Most Popular Pinot Grigio Brands in the World

After Chardonnay, Pinot Grigio is the second most popular white wine variety in the U.S. When it was first introduced in 1979, its simple, refreshing style succeeded as an uncomplicated alternative to full-bodied, buttery whites — the type that coined the infamous acronym “ABC,” or “Anything but Chardonnay.” Pinot Grigio is the better-recognized Italian name […]

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Here’s Your Drink Pairing for Your May Horoscope

Here’s Your Drink Pairing for Your May Horoscope

As the seasons change from spring to summer, the universe finds itself in flux. Don’t get swept away with cosmic currents — discover your drinks destiny to see what the cosmos has in store. From star-studded skies to sparkly spirits, here is VinePair’s May 2018 drink horoscope for every sign of the zodiac.

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8 Pinot Grigios for Haters of Pinot Grigio

8 Pinot Grigios for Haters of Pinot Grigio

Over the past couple of decades, Pinot Grigio has acquired a bad rep for itself. After realizing consumers’ recognition of the varietal, many producers jumped onto the PG bandwagon, making mass-produced, low-quality wines to sell at a bargain price. In short, Pinot Grigio became synonymous with crappy $10 magnums of white that your mother purchased […]

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