I’ve been looking for a decent Pinot Grigio off and on with my various wine purchases. I don’t like many white wines (mainly Chardonnay), so I concentrate on Pinot Grigio and Riesling. My last attempt was with the Turning Leaf varietal and, as with any other wine of theirs I’ve tried, it was dissappointing. Last night, however, I hit upon a definite winner. Danzante (a partner winery of Robert Mondavi) puts out an excellent Pinot Grigio that just happens to be on sale at A&P. I picked it up on a whim and it turned out to be a lovely wine with a light, yet fruity taste. It was easy enough to drink that Lisa even had 1 and a half glasses :smile:. Anywho, just a suggestion for others, and a reminder for myself.