Pinot Gris


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Pinot Gris

also pinot gris  (grē)
n.
1. A variety of grape grown in France that is used to make white wine.
2. A dry white wine made from this grape.

[French : pinot, Pinot; see Pinot + gris, gray (in reference to its typically grayish-blue fruit) (of Germanic origin; akin to English gray).]
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His range of aromatic wines - the really fruity ones like pinot gris, gewurztraminer and riesling - have a huge following.
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Apart from the ubiquitous Pinot Blanc grape that provides a steady income and a solid foundation upon which Lorentz, like the majority of Alsace growers, is building his empire, Riesling, Tokay Pinot Gris and GewE-rtzraminer constitute the pinnacle of this property's achievement.
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