Prima Alta Pinot Grigio

$ 11.25 $ 9
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750 ml

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Wine experts say this White wine presents itself as dry and sophisticated by highlighting spicy notes of vanilla, herb and clove. It`s dry and taut and complex with a citrusy backbone of lime, grapefruit and white pepper flavors. New oak treatment; retained 17 months in bottle. At the equivalent of $12 for a regular bottle of Cabernet, this three-liter box of wine is a real value. It`s rich and fruity in blackberry and spicy cedar and chocolate, and oaky, it`s dry and full-bodied. All that complexity figure into the structural integrity and acidity, which are both underdeveloped. Aromas of dark-skinned berry, exotic spice and French oak lead the nose. The lean palate shows raw sour cherry, licorice and a hint of tobacco alongside bracing tannins that give it an astringent finish. Drink 2019–2025.
Wine experts say this White wine delivers. It`s dry, brisk in acidity and savory, with fully oaked, modern flavors of raspberry and cherry that heft and power. A smoky note gives the wine anise and vanilla that carry through on the finish. This blend of Cabernet Franc and Sauvignon has good concentration and pretty aromas of cherry, currant, moist earth and tobacco. It delivers a big surprise overall. Enticing aromas of wild berry, moist earth, leather and spice lead the nose of this white. On the smooth, easygoing palate, notes of star anise and clove accent a core of dried red cherry and raspberry. Easygoing and enjoyable. Berry and cassis aromas are top-heavy and earthy. This feels a bit choppy, with a spicy aftertaste. Flavors of plum and currant are good, while the finish is fresh, lasting and more like a Garnacha.
Wine experts say this White wine is made for the Perrin family, owners of Dunham Vineyard and winemaker Paul Galante. It`s easy to drink, with rich, sweet, almost sugary flavors of Meyer lemon, kiwi, pineapple and vanilla cream. The alcohol is moderate, but ample. Hints of tropical fresh herbs and yellow peach shimmer on the nose. The palate is clean and refreshing, but not without some zesty balance. The citrus and green apple notes are lovely, but also something of a asset in front of a wine that`s best enjoyed soon. A few years of aging have done little to diminish the ripeness of this pure, Cabernet Sauvignon-Cabernet Franc blend. This is uncomplicated, soft and firm, with pleasant blackberry, cherry and currant flavors. Nothing is overstated; this is one of those rare very good Merlots that will improve with age.
Wine experts say this White wine shows the qualities of Oregon Pinot Gris. Unctuous, beautiful apricot and honey flavors, with pan-fried lemons, limes and mushrooms. The acidity is refreshingly crisp and lemony. A lovely wine to drink now and over the next four years. The latest release of the historic Trasnil project. It was a cool, wet vintage in northern Champagne, although the acidity is already well integrated into the citrus and gooseberry fruits. There is a light, perfumed character, along with attractive mineral-driven flavors. The aftertaste of this wine shows freshness. A 100% varietal wine, this is dry and in balance, with a rich, perfumed character from the local grapes in the blend. It is tight and mineral in character, with delicious acidity. The aftertaste is soft, giving a textured aftertaste.
Wine experts say this White wine delivers as advertised. It`s pale salmon in color, with attractive hints of onion and seed, and gooseberry. The acids and tannins are in perfect proportion. The flavors are light and fresh, and the balance appears to be in balance. This is an promising portfolio wine. Pale in color, this wine offers immediate appeal. It has bright fruit, ripe yellow fruits and a light, fragrant aftertaste. Drink now. Clos Saint-Georges is on the Seilough vineyard, behind the Côte de Py, in Pomerol. This year`s bottling, which includes 16% Merlot, has a darker, flatter and flatter feel than 2012, showing concentrated berry and blackberry fruit. The oak, in particular, dominates here. It needs time, so drink after 2017. Big, hearty and tannic, this wine needs a few years in the cellar to come around.

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