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White Wine Reviews


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New Year's treat (9)
2005 Iron Horse - Classic Vintage Brut

A vanity label but still not bad (8)
The Champ Wine Compnay - California Chardonnay : Reserve

Pretty good white peaches (9)
2011 Estancia - Pinot Grigio

Floral, exotic and inexpensive (8)
2011 Domaine La Hitaire - Les Tours

A lovely dry riesling (10)
2011 Chateau Ste. Michelle - Dry Riesling

Beautiful Oregonian Bubbly (10)
2008 Argyle Winery - Brut

Pears and citrus, with just a tad too much acidity (9)
2011 OFV - Olsen Family Vineyards - Pinot Gris

An interesting different little thing from Korbel (8)
2008 Korbel - Brut - Made with Organic Grapes

This just hit the spot today (9)
2007 Juve y Camps - Milesime Reserva : Reserve

Some new ish (9)
2010 Benziger - Sauvignon Blanc

Pinot Grigio with a nice dose of lemon (8)
2010 Due Torri - Pinot Grigio

I smell apples (7)
De Chanceny - Brut

Pinot Blanc is back baby (10)
2011 Lieb Family Cellars - Pinot Blanc

Another cremant (8)
2009 De Chanceny - Brut Excellence

A newly classic pairing, but this is drawn down too much (7)
2011 Laurent Miquel - Chardonnay Viognier

Same as it ever was (8)
2010 Grayson Cellars - Chardonnay

Fruity with a twinge of oak (9)
2010 David Bruce - Chardonnay : Appellation Series

Great the second time around as well as the first (9)
Bosco dei Cirmioli - Prosecco - Extra Dry

I expected more (7)
Francois Montand - Blanc de Blancs Extra Dry

A great little thing (9)
Louis Bouillot - Perle de Vigne

Not bad, but in fact, a little nice (9)
Arthur Metz - Brut Prestige

Here's to limes (9)
2011 Porta - Sauvignon Blanc : Reserve

Pure Prosecco Bliss (9)
Soria - Prosecco - Extra Dry

Taste like a bland Pinot Blanc (6)
2010 Corvallis Wine Co. - Pinot Gris


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