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Pinot Grigio or Pinot Gris

The term Pinot indicates a series of different vinestocks that descend genetically from Pinot Noir.

The term Pinot indicates a series of different vinestocks that are distinguished by characteristics and use and that descend genetically from Pinot Noir (or Pinot nero).

The term pinot seems to derive from "pigna," most specifically "piccola pigna," for both the modest size of the cluster and the characteristic of having thick, closely-clustered grapes, just like the scales of a pinecone.

Pinot grigio matches well with antipasto, in particular cold cuts, fish and white meat. It can also be served as an aperitif.

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