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Yes, pinot grigio. But this ain’t Barefoot, and it ain’t Santa Margarita. We’re talking skin-macerated, copper-hued wine from the northern hills of Slovenia, just south of Austria, in the region of Lower Styria. Ptujsak Klet is the oldest cellar in the area, with winemaking records dating back to the 13th century. They also claim to have the oldest living vine, at 400 years old! 85% of the production is devoted to white wine, exploiting the wealth of varietal complexity found in the region. Try this pinot grigio with grilled fish or shellfish.