A Refreshing Holiday Beverage: Pinot Grigio Canned Wine

Negosentro.comA Refreshing Holiday Beverage: Pinot Grigio Canned Wine |  If you are searching for a delicious and festive drink to accompany your next holiday meal, look no further. Canned wine also makes and an excellent gift. It is easy to transport and it lasts for months on the shelf.

Pinot Grigio canned wine is taking the alcohol world by storm. Let’s take a closer look at this crisp, satisfying libation that is really perfect for any occasion.

Wine in a Can?

Pinot Grigio Canned Wine
A Refreshing Holiday Beverage: Pinot Grigio Canned Wine

You’ve heard of bottles and boxes, but did you know that sales of canned wine are growing at an unprecedented rate? Pretty much every major winemaker is now selling canned versions of their most popular vintages. You can now purchase canned wine from almost winegrowing region of the world from Oregon to Chile, and from France to New Zealand.

Canned wine tastes just as good as its bottled counterparts. Cans are lightweight and sturdy, so you can take them pretty much anywhere alcohol is permitted. The best part: no corkscrew necessary. No matter what kind of wine you prefer, there is a canned version just waiting to be tasted.

December is the month in which wine sales are highest. If you want to try wine in a can this year, be sure to pick some up before it all flies off the shelves.

Why Pinot Grigio?

You have probably seen pinot grigio printed on wine labels, but the term actually refers to the variety of grapes used to produce the wine. Also known as Pinot Gris, this grape thrives in Italy, France, the Marlborough region of New Zealand, and Oregon, United States.

Most wines produced from the pinot grigio grape are white or pale golden in color, but the fruit itself has a grayish-blue tinge.

Every pinot grigio wine will have its own unique qualities. However, there are some commonalities. Most pinot grigio wines can be accurately described in the following ways:

  • Refreshing
  • Zesty
  • Dry
  • Acidic

If you are a fan of sweet wines, pinot grigio might have too much of a bite. If you enjoy other dry white wines like chardonnay and sauvignon blanc, then pinot grigio may just offer the perfect balance of flavors you’ve been looking for. After chardonnay, pinot grigio is the most popular white wine enjoyed by consumers in many parts of the world.

You might hear some wine drinkers say that wines made from pinot grigio grapes are less complex and interesting than other varieties. This is simply not true. The popularity of pinot grigio has allowed a number of subpar products to flood the market, but a quality pinot grigio is just as delicious and interesting as any other wine.

How to Enjoy Pinot Grigio

Pinot grigio, whether in a can or a bottle, should always be chilled before drinking. The flavors will be most prominent at around 48 degrees Fahrenheit.

Pinot grigio is a versatile wine that pairs well with seafood and chicken. Its acidic quality will perfectly cut through rich sauces, soups, and stews. This variety of wine is also perfect for the sushi lover in your life. The fattiness of raw fish is an excellent complement to a sharp, spicy pinot grigio. Fried fish and vegetables will also pair well

Avoid pairing it with tomatoes, olives, and other acidic foods.

The Last Word

Canned pinot grigio makes an excellent holiday gift for the wine lover on your list. It can be enjoyed with a rich holiday meal or stowed away until the weather gets warm. You really can’t go wrong with this popular, delicious, versatile variety of wine. Enjoy responsibly.

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