Today a 2009 Oliver pinot grigio from southern Indiana that ran me about $10.
Oliver is based not too far from me in southern Indiana, and I really haven't tried their wines as often as I should.
This wine was nice but nothing special as pinot grigios go. As the label says, "light, crisp flavor and fresh acidity." A little sweeter (which I expected as it's aimed at the Indiana market) (not to be snarky there, but let me introduce you to my sister). The sweetness balances a nice dollop of acidity, and it has nice fresh fruit notes. My main complaint with it is it just doesn't have much body.
Certainly worth checking out for the price to go with seafood or a light summer meal.