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Pinot Gris/Grigio Wines

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

Interesting acidity and pear (9)
2015 Albino Armani - Corvara

Smack yo mama good (10)
2015 Albino Armani - Colle Ara

Still sugary (7)
2014 Summit Estates - Pinot Gris

Still lovely but still demure (9)
2014 Ca' Montini - Pinot Grigio

Surprisingly nice for the price (9)
2013 Blackstone - Pinot Grigio

Clean and crisp (9)
2013 Kupelwieser - Pinot Grigio

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

This bubbly right here (10)
2010 Argyle Winery - Vintage Brut

Too much lemon for what it's worth (7)
2012 Kiwi Cuvee - Bin 360

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

Too soft but in a good way (8)
Meridian - Pinot Grigio

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

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

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

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

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

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


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