The Good Stuff
The light crisp fruit flavors are very refreshing and great for many seafood dishes.
It’s also a great representation of a Pinot Gris, which is often misunderstood, for the price.
The Bad Stuff
The light acidity in the finish lingers for a little, which could be off putting for some wine drinkers.
90 Points. A dynamic balance between ripe, juicy fruit flavors and crisp acidity makes this medium-bodied wine both refreshing and substantive. It smells like a bowl of sliced melons, apples and grapes. After 79% Pinot Gris, the winemaker blends in Roussanne, Grüner Veltliner and a bit of Chardonnay. – Jim Gordon, Wine Enthusiast.com, Best Buy