DetailsMaster Vintner™ Pinot Grigio makes one gallon of crisp dry white wine scented with citrus and a clean finish that lingers on minerals, white fruits and almonds.
Light straw tinged with green, this wine's up front lemon, grapefruit, and pear notes give way to floral aromas, and the crisp, zesty acidity makes it dance on the palate. A medium-bodied wine, it marries lush drinkability with smooth refinement.
Pair with white fish and light seafood dishes, like sole in buerre blanc or grilled halibut, broiled oysters, or for a zesty treat, ceviche. Pinot Grigio also works with sliced pears and soft cheese (or white stilton!)--or even with calamari on a sunny patio.
Serve cool (52-55F) rather than ice cold, to bring out the citrus and pear aromas, and try it with a splash of soda and a lime wedge for a brilliant spritzer at your next party.
Yield: 1 Gallon (approximately 5 wine bottles)
- Details & Instructions
Wine Recipe Type Pinot Gris/Pinot Grigio Type White Body Medium Sweetness Dry
5.0 / 5.03 ReviewsExcellent Starter KitI thought I'd try a small batch since it only makes 5 bottles as compared to the 6 gallon ones at 30 bottles. It couldn't be easier to make, costs less that liquor store and fun create your own! My next batch, I might add a touch of pear extract, just because we like a more flavorful wine.May 26, 2016Make Delicious WineMake Delicious Wine all on your own
http://tinyurl.com/qcyfd8gNovember 8, 2016Quite tastyI am not a white wine lover and made this only for friends but I have to say that this was really a well rounded wine. Very smooth and not your typical white.January 6, 2017Purchased
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- Customer Q&A
Browse 1 question Browse 1 question and 10 answersWill a 1 gallon jug work for this wine kit or do you need a larger container?BEST ANSWER: It works for part of the process in making the wine. You really do need that and a big mouth bubbler though. I would look at a small wine making kit to start out with. They are reasonably priced and help you get started.