Wine List: Petit Rouge To Provençal Rosé

      
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Petit Rouge
Petit Rouge is a red wine grape grown in the tiny, mountainous Aosta Valley region of northeastern Italy near the French border. This grape makes light wines that often resemble rosés. See I Love Italian Wine And Food - The Aosta Valley for a review of a Petit Rouge wine.

Picpoul de Pinet
Picpoul de Pinet AOC is a white wine made from the Picpoul grape in the up and coming Languedoc Roussillon region of southern France near the Mediterranean. This is a wine to drink young. See A Wine Lover's Weekly Review Of $10 Wines - A Mediterranean White Wine for a review of a Picpoul de Pinet wine.

Pinot Blanc
Pinot Blanc is a white grape found in the Alsace region of northeastern France, and also grown in Italy, Germany, Austria, Uruguay, Argentina, Canada, California, and Oregon. See An Alsace Pinot Blanc for a review of such a wine.

Pinot Grigio
Pinot Grigio is the Italian version of the white Pinot-Gris grape. Pinot Grigio wines tend to be lighter and dryer than Pinot Gris wines that often come from France, Germany, or the United States (especially Oregon). See A Pinot Grigio From Sicily (Under $10), A Wine Lover's Weekly Review Of $10 Wines - A Venetian Pinot Grigio, I Love Italian Wine And Food - The Umbria Region, I Love Italian Wine And Food - The Friuli-Venezia Giuli Region, An Australian Pinot Grigio (Under $10), and A Tasmanian (Australia) Pinot Grigio for reviews of Pinot Grigio wines.

Pinot Gris
Pinot Gris Pinot Gris occurs in the Burgundy region of eastern France and the Alsace region of western France. It is found in Germany, Italy, Central and Southeast Europe, in Australia, and in the United States, particularly California and Oregon where it is the most widely grown white grape. See An Alsace Pinot Gris for a review of such a wine.

Pinot Nero
Pinot Nero is the Italian version of the famous red wine grape, Pinot Noir. See I Love Italian Wine And Food - The Friuli-Venezia Giuli Region for a review of a Pinot Nero wine.

Pinot Noir
Pinot Noir is a famous red wine grape, grown in France (especially Burgundy), the United States (especially Oregon), and many other countries. It's a food friendly wine. See My Own French Wine Articles for a clickable list of French Pinot Noir wines. See My Own German Wine Articles for a clickable list of German Pinot Noir wines. See A Victoria, Australia Pinot Noir Rosé and A South Australia Pinot Noir (Under $10) for reviews of Australian offerings. See A Galilee, Israel Kosher Pinot Noir for an Israeli offering.

Pouilly-Fumé
Pouilly-Fumé is a white wine tasting of gooseberries, gunflint, and smoke made in the Loire Valley of central France. It comes from the Sauvignon Blanc grape variety. Suggested food pairings include Tomato-based Fish Stew.

Prosecco fine wine sparkling and Italian wine lists

Prosecco, a very popular white Italian sparkling wine.

Prosecco
Prosecco is a sparkling, fruity white wine made in the Tre Venezie region of northeastern Italy. It is made by a simpler, less expensive method than Champagne. The secondary fermentation takes place in pressurized tanks rather than in the bottle itself. Suggested food pairings include Clams.

Provençal Rosé
Provençal Rosés vary in quality from simple quench your thirst wines to excellent, sophisticated libations. Some say that your best bet is a Bandol rosé. Suggested food pairings include Barbequed Pork Spareribs.

      
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