DetailsMaster Vintner™ Pinot Grigio makes 6 gallons 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, or try it with a splash of soda and a lime wedge for a brilliant spritzer at your next party.
Yield: 6 Gallons
- Details & Instructions
Type White Origin - Body Medium
4.3 / 5.04 ReviewsCarolynThe Pinot Grigio will be a very good white. Just bottling today, so time will tell. But I do have to tell you.....nothing beats the California Symphony!! I have to go elsewhere to purchase the concentrate. All or friends/family say it is THE best white!July 30, 2016Nice, very niceVery nice wine. Good flavor, gentle in nature. Can drink with a meal or by itself. Fruity flavor. Everyone seems to like it.March 9, 2017Purchased
8 months agoVery good!First kit for making wine, easy to follow and came out extremely well.Finished Pinot GrigioJanuary 30, 2017Purchased
3 months agoNot my favorite. It has a weird taste. Won't get it again.I'm not liking the after fast of it. It has a strange taste. I won't order againDecember 5, 2016Purchased
5 months ago
- Customer Q&A
Browse 2 questions Browse 2 questions and 12 answerswhats included in the kit?BEST ANSWER: The kit contains California Grape Concentrate and, though it's been a while since I made it, I think it also contains Elder Flowers or White Oak additive. I receive a lotto compliments from friends and family regarding this Pinot and highly recommend you try it. Additionally, serve it cold (cool) and when making it I always ferment all Master Vinter Wines at least two weeks longer than what the recipe states. I firmly believe, after making many different wines over the past 11 years, added fermenting time adds to the flavor and finish.What's in kit?BEST ANSWER: Benonite to aid in clarifying during fermentation. Concentrated varietal grape juice, wine yeast, potassium metabisulfate and potassium sorbate to stop and stabilize the wine after fermentation, and Isinglass and chitosan to clarify the finished wine.