The Pinot Gris Wine Grape Vine makes a low acid, white wine of exceptional color and taste. It's flavor has often been described as a pear and a spice cake flavor. The Pinot Gris Wine Grape Vine has become a popular variety among American wine lovers. The Pinot Gris Grape Vine, also known as Pinot Grigio, is thought to be a clone of Pinot Noir. It can produce large, long clusters of grapes in a dramatic variation of colors. This color variance allows for production of high quality wines that range from a deep yellow to a copper-ish color. The color of the fruit, as well as it's flavor will depend on the region in which it is grown. The Pinot Grigio Vine grows in zones 6-9.