White Meat ( like. Chicken, Turkey, Guinea Fowl etc.) are for sure
the best backup food to pair with Pinot Grigio, because of its delicate texture and soft flavor.
Fish. It pair well quite with all the classical seafood (baked, grilled fish, a fry up, etc) but,
thanks to its freshness and sapidity it shines with delicate dish (ex. sushi, shellfish, swordfish or
seabass carpaccio, etc). Cheese. Cow’s cheese (Brie, Gruyere, Mozzarella, Parmigiano Reggiano) helps to bring out some of the sweeter flavors in Pinot Grigio. Sheep’s one (Gouda, Roquefort, Manchego, Fleur du Marquis, Etorki) tends to help accentuate the more earthy and mineral tones of it. Others. Light pasta dishes, Since this wine is fairly acidic itself, it is recommended to avoid
pairing it with foods that have high acid contents, like citrus fruits or tomato-based
recipes. Perfect for pairing with a medley of fresh herbs and veggie options.