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2012 Maison Anselmet...

2012 Maison Anselmet Valle d'Aosta D.O.C. Pinot Gris

Maison Anselmet is a boutique vineyard run by a father and son team in the Valle d'Aosta, bordered by the Rhône-Alpes.  This beautiful cool-climate Pinot Gris is an intense straw yellow with golden reflections. It has a distinctive, intense varietal…

Region: IT Other

2011 Daisy Rock...

2011 Daisy Rock Marlborough Pinot Gris

New Zealand did it first with Sauvignon Blanc, making a style that took the world by storm with its intense, ripe fruit flavour with loads of personality. Then came Pinot Noir and now Pinot Gris. Is the old days, Pinot Gris was a bit drab; the kind…

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Region: Marlborough

2013 Tim Adams Pinot...

2013 Tim Adams Pinot Gris

Tim Adams has a firm belief in Pinot Gris thriving in the Clare Valley so much that he’s planting more of the stuff, but try this wine and you’ll see why his vision is not deluded. An attractive pink colour that is so often a distinctive nuance of…

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Region: Clare Valley

2011 Adelsheim Pinot...

2011 Adelsheim Pinot Gris

Pinot gris originated in Burgundy, like the other members of the Pinot family, and has had a long history all over Europe. In recent times, versions from Alsace and northern Italy have been the best known. Oregon winegrowers introduced Pinot gris to…

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Region: Oregon

2013 Stoneleigh...

2013 Stoneleigh Marlborough Pinot Gris

Here's a luscious style of pinot gris out of New Zealand that has a kiss of sweetness to it. Scents of green pears, red apples, guava and honeysuckle florals leap out of the glass, whilst the palate is off-dry with a rich mouthfeel, pear and yellow…

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Region: Marlborough

2012 Kim Crawford...

2012 Kim Crawford Marlborough Pinot Gris

Forget Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Gris really should be 'the' variety of Marlborough. Of course the Marlborough winemakers just look plainly disgusted/confused/annoyed when you say such a thing, but the fact remains that the variety just 'works' in…

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Region: Marlborough

2011 Red Claw...

2011 Red Claw Mornington Peninsula Pinot Gris

One sip of the Red Claw and you’ll be bitten by the seductive aroma and texture of this cool climate Pinot Gris. The Mornington Peninsula is starting to produce some terrific examples of Gris that are fuller and more expressive styles, perfect with…

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2013 Mt Difficulty...

2013 Mt Difficulty Pinot Gris

Pinot gris is a fiece competitor to sav blanc, and it's no wonder when they are as good as this! It's a pretty pear and floral smelling wine that immediately tantalises the senses, and on the palate it's lush and almost creamy, with a smidgen of…

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2012 Mojo Pinot Gris

2012 Mojo Pinot Gris

This is a dry style of pinot gris that has seen a touch of very subtle oak. Smells of pears, white florals, almonds and slight savoury funk waft out of the glass, meanwhile the palate is lighter-bodied and quite ginger spiced, with a creamy mouthfeel…

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2012 Amisfield Pinot...

2012 Amisfield Pinot Gris

Hailing from Central Otago, this is a sumptuous, lush,ripe,  off-dry style of gris that would be the bees knees with Thai food. Aromas of fleshy stone fruits and ripe pears waft out of the glass, along with a hint of dairy. The palate is quite…

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2011 Joseph Cattin...

2011 Joseph Cattin Pinot Gris

For those not afraid of a bit of sweetness in their pinot gris, this offering from Alsace will be right up your street. Aromas of green apples, yellow stone fruits, subtle marmalade and touches of smoky funk climb out of the glass, whilst the palate…

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Region: Alsace

2013 Ocean Eight...

2013 Ocean Eight Pinot Gris

In appearance the wine is very pale yellow with no tinges of pink. There is a delicate citrus and floral perfume on the nose with lemon and tangerine being the most overt. In addition there are some almonds and pears. The texture is the key to this…

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