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This fairly basic but enjoyable Pinot Grigio from a reliable producer offers a broad spectrum of fruit, notably pear, lemon, and apricot, along with raw nuts providing a savoury complement to the fruit and a hint of Asian spice lurking in the background. It's quite dry, and in that regard works very well with food, as expected, though it turns overly tart and then bitter with grapefruit and citrus pith leading the way to the finish. Decent depth and length. Nothing great, but it's a fine Italian white for the money, with the quality to cook with and then enjoy at the table.