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Old 07-06-2016, 18:32
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Default Closest to Pino Grigio.

Hi can anyone recommend something close to Pinot Grigio please and also where I can buy it. Thank you.
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Sorry can't help with supermarkets or off licences but Casa Vila do a fabulous Pinot Grigio Blush .
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You can buy Pinot Grigio in Eroski Supermarket for about 4 or 5 euros.
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Dry crisp white wine, gets it done in a Med climate - Torres Vina Sol works for me and those around me. But this is a highly subjective area so don't blame me if you hate it!
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I agree Torres Vina Sol is a lovely dry crisp wine . I also like Segura Viudas blush. Just perfect on a balmy evening
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I agree Torres vina sol is great we drink it at home was well.
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Get down to Lidl and buy Cega del Vega (or it may be Vega del Cega... difficult to remember after a few glasses). Not sure it's a Pint Grigio taste-a-like, but it great at around a quid.
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