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The Guardian

Published:  23 July, 2008

Victoria Moore hits upon the touchy subject of Pinot Grigio this week. Despite gargantuan sales year-on-year she admits "to some wine buffs it is virtually the anti-wine: indistinct, uninteresting, bland". However, the first wine Moore enjoyed was a Veneto Pinot Grigio whilst eating a bacon, avocado and gruyre salad and for this reason it will also hold a place in her heart. Her top scoring wines are the 2007 Pinot Grigio Friuli (7.99, M&S) and the 2007 Pinot Grigio Neszmly, Hungary (4.79, M&S), which is a "miracle" for under a fiver.