Tasting Notes: A bold example of pinot gris that is ripe and very much a fruit-forward wine with its rich and value priced. A slight honey note complements the rich peach and nectarine qualities of this Columbia Valley wine to create a round and luscious white that is medium bodied.
Tasting Notes: Pays homage to its Austrian roots, this Italian pinot grigio is linier and complex with laser-like mineral elements that are a welcome addition to the crisp and bright green apple and pear notes. A good show of what potential there is in Alto Adige, this wine is quaffable and complex.
Tasting Notes: An elegant wine from Valdadige, Veneto, that has beautiful lychee and peach notes on the nose and pallet, with a distinct green apple element that defines the pallet. The acidity and minerality provide an excellent balance to this rich pinot grigio.
Tasting Notes: In a world bombarded with merely acceptable pinot grigio, this one really stands out! From the I.G.T. Venezia Giulia, it has a rich, mouth-coating texture. There are some floral notes and hints of fresh fruit on the bouquet, followed by lively flavors of apple, under-ripe melon, and citrus. The finish is long, crisp and refreshingly dry. A simply wonderful style!
Tasting Notes: From the obscure Loire Valley appellation (Reuilly). 100% Pinot Gris. Beautiful light salmon color. This leans to the lighter side, but still very serious. More citrus notes, grapefruit, and maybe some pear. Great mineral notes.
Tasting Notes: We have to go to New York to find one of the most impressive Pinot Gris made in America. Dr. Konstantin Frank epitomizes the style and gives the Finger Lakes region something to brag about. A wine highlighted by notes of pear and peach on both the nose and the palate, delivering enough acidity for a crisp, clean finish.