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White Wine Reviews


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

Great floral and at a very low price (8)
2012 Casarsa - Pinot Grigio

Good things from good people (10)
Ruggeri - Prosecco Superiore

Heaven in a half-bottle (9)
Yalumba - Muscat : Museum Reserve

Honeysuckle and minerality (9)
2011 Willm - Pinot Blanc : Reserve

It would be best as sparkling, but pales as not, despite the rating (6)
2005 Raymond Estates - Monterey Chardonnay

I thought that it would have more to it (6)
2006 Beringer - Private Reserve Napa Valley Chardonnay : Private Reserve

It took a while to taste the pears and peaches (7)
2009 Ca' Montini - Pinot Grigio

Interesting bubbly blend and it deserves a chance (8)
Varichon & Clerc - Privilege Blanc de Blancs

It's matured since the last time (10)
2012 Vina Casablanca - Nimbus : Single Vineyard

I'm unimpressed (7)
2012 La Crema - Pinot Gris

It's baaaack (10)
2012 Kim Crawford - Pinot Grigio

Just another Niagara... almost falling down (4)
New Hope Winery - Niagara

Just under the Beringer Napa Chardonnay, but it does stand up (7)
Rutherford Ranch - Napa Valley Chardonnay

Just a little stronger than water (6)
2007 Williamette Valley Vineyards - Pinot Gris

Kumeu Chardonnay, no way, at least not for me (4)
2005 Kumeu River Valley - Kemeu Chardonnay

Lyric sings a nice little song (8)
2006 Nederburg - Lyric

Light and airy, perfect for starters (7)
Masi - Modello Dell Venezie Bianco

Light and red, but not necessarily a winner (7)
Deor - Prosecco Raboso Cuvee

Light peaches and pears, but definitely Gris instead of Grigio (8)
2006 Coleman Vineyard - Pinot Gris

Lovely creamy citrus (8)
Cupcake Vineyards - Prosecco

Lovely in the middle (9)
2013 Yalumba - Pinot Grigio

My second run at this next grade of Beringer, and with a not spoiled bottle (10)
2004 Beringer - Napa Valley Sbragia : Limited Release

My first Salento (8)
2008 Fuedo di Santa Croce - Monteiasi


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