I recently came across a bottle of Pino Grigio that's a few years old (label says 2012, and that's probably when it was bought). We usually only break out a bottle of wine for guests or a special occasion -- exactly the wrong time to find out that it's way past its use-by date. We're usually more prompt in our consumption; this was an oversight.
I have the impression that whites are more fragile than reds in this regard, and that less-dry wines are more fragile than drier ones. (Please correct any misunderstandings.) How likely is it that I could serve this wine to people I like? More generally, how long is too long?
The wine has been stored at room temperature in a room that isn't too hot (but isn't a cellar either), away from light.