What is 'grey' when translated from English to Italian?
The singular grigia and the plural grigie in the feminine and the singular grigio and the plural grigi in the masculine are literal Italian equivalents of the English word "grey." The choice depends upon the gender and quantity of the grey objects or people at issue. The respective pronunciations will be "GREE-dja" and "GREE-djey" in the feminine singular and plural and "GREE-djo" and "GREE-djee" in the masculine singular and plural in Italian.
"Grey pine cone" is an English equivalent of the mixed French/Italian phrase Pinot grigio. The masculine singular noun and adjective translate into English, literally and by word order, as "(relating to) pine cones grey." The masculine adjective grigio is Italian for "grey." The pronunciation will be "PEA-no GREE-djo" in Italian.