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White Wine Reviews


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Melon and granny smith apples in this Pinot Gris (8)
2008 Chateau Ste. Michelle - Pinot Gris

Maybe I need to rethink my takes on this varietal (8)
2009 Santa Margherita - Pinot Grigio

Now, everyone wants to add in a little Viognier (8)
Magito - Magito

Nice at the start of the summer (8)
2011 Mirabello - Pinot Grigio Rose

New and interesting to me (8)
2012 Ormarine - Picpoul de Pinet

Not as good as it could or should be (8)
2010 Milbrandt Vineyards - Pinot Gris

Nice with a little bite (8)
Lamberti - Prosecco Extra Dry

Nice and light (10)
2012 Wine by Joe - Pinot Gris

Old Fart's Wife is the type of woman that I want (9)
2005 Old Fart's Wife - Old Fart's Wife Chardonnay

Overpowered by Semillon (7)
2006 Vrede en Lust - Karien

Old style Pinot Grigio with a hint of new world flavor (9)
2008 Hopewell Valley Vineyards - Pinot Grigio

Pears and minerality, a nice combo (9)
2006 Leon Beyer - Pinot Blanc

Pears, pears, pears (9)
Willm - Pinot Gris

Pear [and a dab of peach] wonderment (9)
2004 Trimbach - Pinot Gris : Reserve

Peach, toast and dough (8)
Canellina - Prosecco - Extra Dry

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

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

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

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

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

Red tears... if my latin is correct (7)
Mastrobernadino - Lacrimosa

Say my name!!! Better yet, I (9)
Masi - Masianco

Smells like apples, tastes like pears and apricot (9)
2009 Sokol Blosser Winery - Pinot Gris

Somewhere in the middle (8)
2012 Albino Armani - Pinot Grigio


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