Maybe you heard about this wine through the grapevine, or maybe you discovered it yourself and plan on telling all your friends about it. Whatever the case, this red blend just may be the best thing that’s happened to you all day. One whiff of the plush, ripe plum and cherry aromatics, and you won't be able to resist picking up the glass for a taste. On the palate, lush, black-red fruit flavors, along with vanilla and tobacco notes, are wrapped in a distinctly supple and velvety texture. Indulge all you'd like – we won't tell.
Recipe PairingsCrusty Grilled Skirt Steak with Smoky Eggplant Chutney
Pinot Grigio is genetic mutation of Pinot Noir. The grapes on the vine even look similar, and Pinot Grigio starts out as a purple-hued wine – it becomes a white wine later in the process, as the color is filtered out not long before bottling.