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White Wine Reviews


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A kick ass Pinot Gris from Oregon! (10)
2008 Arcane Cellars - Pinot Gris

A more laid back and demure melon essence (8)
2005 Pierre Sparr - Pinot Blanc : Reserve

A kiss of the vine, from a lemony wine (8)
2008 Beso de Vino - Macabeo

A nice cheap one to tie it on with (7)
2007 Henry's Drive Vigerons - Pillar Box White

A great Beringer, different vintage, different price, better taste (9)
2007 Beringer - Napa Valley Chardonnay

Another take on Sauv Blanc, but a regal one (9)
2007 Beringer - Napa Valley Sauvignon Blanc

A vanilla aspect in a Pinot Gris (8)
2006 Duck Pond - Pinot Gris

A fine palate cleanser (8)
2007 Quinta de Roriz - Prazo de Roriz

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

Another vintage, another good experience (9)
2011 Chateau Ste. Michelle - Pinot Gris

A perfect Prosecco (10)
Monetto - Organic Extra Dry Prosecco

A not bad late birthday present (9)
Moet & Chandon - Nectar Imperial

A little high on the sugar (8)
2012 Summit Estates - Pinot Gris

Alsace in America (9)
2012 Joel Gott - Pinot Gris

A little too hot (7)
2012 Union Wine Company - Kings Ridge Oregon Pinot Gris

A nice combo (9)
Hopler - Pannonica White Blend

Better than your standard Pinot Grigio, but not as powerful as my standard Pinot Gris (8)
2008 Concannon Vineyards - Pinot Grigio

Barely passable (0)
2011 A to Z - Pinot Gris

Bland as hell (7)
2014 Collevite Cantine della Marca - Pecorino

Can you believe curry? (9)
Poggio Ai Santi - Le Guardie

Clean and crisp (9)
2013 Kupelwieser - Pinot Grigio

Demure but interesting (8)
2010 Wente Vineyards - Morning Fog Chardonnay

Decent but not stellar but growing on me (9)
2015 Fern Ridge - Pinot Gris

From gold-bearing soil comes this winner (9)
2006 Beringer - Knight's Valley Alluvium Blanc


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