Wine experts say this White wine delivers as it`s shown. It`s dry, but rich, medium-bodied, and complex, with an array of floral and savory fruit flavors. The grapes show well in this warm, light vintage, and the wine should be perfectly ready to drink by the end of 2015. Named for a terrific raspberry dessert, this Pinot Gris offers a lot of simple zing. You`ll find a sprinkling of sour berries, a dash of fresh acidity and a certain minerality, but the two grapes grown together show limits. Soft and chocolaty, this is tightly wound in fresh acidity and gentle mouthfeel. Tart cherry, peppercorn and a hint of espresso complement the fruit, and the tartness masks the richness of the tannins. Mid-gold color. Pronounced and enticing aromas of ripe stone fruit, honey, peach and pineapple.