Going to make one last attempt at making a wine kit. SWMBO is a fan of pinot grigio. She tends to gravitate towards Cavit, which is about an $8 to $10 bottle. I think the wine is semi dry with a gravity of 1.002 to 1.005, different bottles has slightly different range. I was going to try and make a kit and let it age. Since all my LHBS only sell WineExpert, I would be making that brand. In the past SWMBO has drank none of my wines made from kits. In her defense I made all reds and heavy on the oak. It took her time, but she has found herself to be a fan of pinot grigio, served nicely chilled. It should also be noted she also complained of "kit taste" in the wines. While I have done some reading on the "kit taste", I am willing to gamble with barrel aging or try a "no sorbate approach" to try and limit "kit taste" The dilemma I am facing, is spending $130 on a kit, putting time an effort to make and age the wine, only to end up with a wine she may not like. I guess worst case scenario, I can hand them out next year as a gift. Any thoughts or advise on pinot grigio kits or making pinot grigio?