Italy (Friuli, the Veneto and Alto Adige).
Pinot Gris (see Pinot Gris for explanation of this style).
Pinot Grigio tends to produce fresh and crisp dry white wine of good acidity. It is often described as having flint and steel characters, and needs drinking in its infancy. It is well suited to light pasta dishes and seafood and is a lighter wine than Pinot Gris. Rosé Pinot Grigio is not a conventional wine, so common characters for the style are yet to be identified.
Please note that confusion over the grape’s name, especially in new wine regions, means the wrong name can be used to describe the wine style. Reading a bottle of tasting notes and winemaking practices is the best way to identify the wine style.