I enjoyed Graffigna’s 2007 Pinot Grigio and, sure enough, its 2008 is nearly as compelling. Grapefruit is the predominant character in this Argentinian Pinot Grigio, with mineral, grass, and herbal notes following close behind. Again, this wine is crisp and easy to drink, and it goes well on its own or with food.
And also again, it’s an impressive bargain. $12 — tops — will get you a bottle that you’re likely to down in an evening without complaint.
A- / $12 / graffignawines.com
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