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jnv23 wrote:I've tried both of these! The pinot grigio was a nice dry wine with a crisp flavor. At the winery tasting, I remember comparing the pinot grigio with the pinot gris and preferring the pinot gris, but I usually prefer pinot gris over pinot grigio anyway.
The riesling is great. I'd classify it as off-dry, which makes it a little drier than most rieslings I've had. It has a crisp, fruity flavor.
I would highly recommend this deal. Both are good wines at a great price.
Pinot Gris = Pinot Grigio.
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