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Why do we love this case?

Ah, the age-old debate. Do I go for a gris or a grigio? Centuries of hard study and impossible calculations by boffins all over the world have gotten us no closer to finding an answer. Then, someone at Vinomofo put this case together and we collectively face-palmed at the simplicity of the solution. Here, you get two bottles of six different wines. Each wine is a little different so you’ve got some room for exploration, too. It’s pretty much the best way to get around the grape.

Each case contains TWO of the following:

White
Pinot Gris
King Valley

D'Sas Pinot Gris 2020
Pear
Melon
Spice
Medium-bodied
Bright
Deep
Single Vineyard
Mofo Fav Producer

Another vintage from a killer producer from the King Valley, a glorious gris-growing country. D’Sas certainly know what they’re doing with the grape. Nevertheless, the amount of flavour and complexity you get for your money is surprising. Luscious, plentiful orchard flavours abound here. Apples and pears, exotic spices, clove and almond meal make for a marvellous marriage with Asian cuisine or creamy cheeses.

You'd pay $35.00 full price

White
Pinot Gris
Limestone Coast

CW Wines Winemakers Reserve Limestone Coast Pinot Gris 2020
Apple
Citrus
Orange Blossom
Medium-bodied
Bright
Elegant
Sam Kim
5 Stars Sam Kim
Single Vineyard

It doesn't get any fresher than the recently bottled 2020 vintage, a wine that is absolutely smashable now and sure to age for a good few years. This gris is wonderfully perfumed, gorgeously lifted and full of fruit. Cool acidity drives the wine with poise and grace, and it's got that light and easy style, perfect for drinking by itself or with seafood and salads.

You'd pay $27.00 full price

White
Pinot Gris
Waipara Valley

Waipara Springs Pinot Gris 2020
Pear
Citrus
Melon
Medium-bodied
Bright
Delicate
Sam Kim
4.5 Star Sam Kim
Kiwi Import

If you like fresh and generously-fruited Kiwi pinot gris, it doesn’t get much better than this from Waipara Springs. It’s a family-run winery, now in its 3rd generation, farming a range of aromatic varieties in the clay and limestone soils of the region. Aromatically, this gris is full of blossoms and citrus, both of which leap from the glass. The palate is a classically-textured gris style, showing off pears, melon and a hint of grapefruit pith.

You'd pay $25.00 full price

White
Pinot Grigio
Veneto

Savian Pinot Grigio 2019
Almond
Citrus
Pear
Light-bodied
Crisp
Ethereal

Let us take you all the way to Veneto without even having to leave your backyard. This classic Italian grigio delivers in spades, providing subtle floral notes over the nose, firm pear flavours and the palate weight of a gentle hug by the sea. The subtle tartness on the finish wraps it up neatly and demands a light dish of grilled white fish or maybe some green olives. We recommend enjoying a glass or two in your sun drenched garden at around about 4pm. With low sulphites throughout the winemaking process and organically grown fruit and a DOC classification to boot, Savian has been kicking wine goals for decades and is the latest and coolest friend of the fo’.

You'd pay $25.00 full price

White
Pinot Grigio
King Valley

Ludic Pinot Grigio 2020
Apple
Citrus
Minerally
Light-bodied
Bright
Delicate
Single Vineyard
Mofo Fav Producer

Ludic means ‘showing spontaneous and undirected playfulness’. I can’t believe I haven’t been called this before now. It’s ludicrous. From Australia’s unofficial home of the Italian varieties, King Valley, comes a properly flavoursome wine - you’ll get pear, stone fruits and citrus, plus minerality and a lively texture. Playful this wine is indeed - whether it’s Trivial Pursuit or backyard cricket - this wine will be a good match.

You'd pay $22.00 full price

White
Pinot Grigio
Sicily

Beppe Morchetta Pinot Grigio 2019
Apple
Apricot
Citrus
Light-bodied
Bright
Concentrated

Sicily may not be the traditional heartland of italian pinot grigio, but it sure as hell produces a good one. They’ve got some wonderful soils there, loads of lovely nourishing sunshine and cooling sea breezes to retain the freshness in the wine. A sip of this is enough to take you there. Crunchy pink lady apples, dribble-down-your-chin pears, zesty citrus aromatics and a soft almondy finish. Beyond delicious, really.

You'd pay $22.00 full price