Pinot Grigio is a classic Italian white wine. It's delicate, light and dry and doesn't have a strong flavour so it's easy to like. So if you feel like trying something new what about one of these...?
Soave E.g. Soave Classico Pra, Gavi E.g. Mauro Sebaste Gavi, Pinot Gris E.g. Forrest Pinot Gris or Bott Geyl Pinot D'Alsace Metiss.
Another light dry and delicate wine.
Salads, fish, lemon pasta or ofcourse on their own.
Domaine Bott Geyl, Beblenheim
Or for something more adventurous...
Chenin Blanc E.g. Secateurs Blanc - It's still light and fresh but with more texture and a little more floral or honeyed flavours. Goes with salads, shellfish, chicken.
Vioginer E.g. Cline Viognier or Condrieu - Still light and fresh but much more aromatic. Wines often have peachy or floral character. Goes with Chicken, roast pork, SE Asian food.
Gewurztraminer E.g Zind Humbrecht Again the wine is unoaked and fresh but this one has the volume turned up. Really exotic nose of Turkish delight and lychees. Goes with Curries and spicy foods. Brilliant with Thai dishes.