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Ginato Is Now Selling Pinot Grigio Gin And We Need It Now

Ginato Is Now Selling Pinot Grigio Gin And We Need It Now

Name a better combination... we'll wait.

Joanna Freedman

Joanna Freedman

If you're a wine lover and a gin glugger in equal measure, then you'll be pleased to hear that a Pinot Grigio Gin has just launched.

Brought to us from Italian brand, Ginato, the tasty wine flavoured gin - billed as a world first - is brand new to the UK and Ireland booze scene, and it sounds utterly delightful.

Made of the finest Pinot Grigio grapes and Sicilian lemons, as well as Tuscan juniper berries, the citrus based gin is perfectly balanced with the citrusy notes you'd expect from the vino.

Pinot lovers, this one's for you (

The drink promises to be "fresh" and "bright" - perfect for a light tipple on ice.

Plus, it's got "strong lemon tings" typically found in a medium dry gin, as well as notes of pear and grapefruit, with a honeyed finish.

The gin has a pretty standard 43 per cent ABV, and is made in the company's distillery near Ravenna, within the northern Italian province of Emilia Romagna.

Ginato suggest you drink the tipple with a tonic or pour it into an Italian inspired spritz.

The gin is the first of its kind in the UK (

You can buy it in store or online from Ocado, The Whisky Exchange, Master of Malt, Amazon and House of Malt, for a RRP of £28.00.

If Pinot isn't your thing, then fear not. The gin brand has also brought out three other flavours for you to enjoy.

Yep, there's Ginato Melograno - which is made up of Barbera Grape and Sicilian pomegranates - Ginato Clementino - which (you guessed it) is made up of Nebbiolo grape and Clementine oranges - and Ginato Pompelmo - made of Sangiovese Grape and Sicilian pink grapefruits.

There are three other flavours including Melograno and Clementino (

These drinks may have just solved the endless battle between wine and gin (and the lethal nights where we end up flitting between the two...)

Anyone else stocking up on these ASAP?!

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Topics: Wine, Tasty Drink, Gin, Alcohol, Tasty