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Sokol Blosser White Blend Oregon Evolution No. 9 NV
Evolution is a blend of nine white varietals, including Pinot Gris, Muller-Thurgau, White Riesling, Semillon, Muscat Canelli, Gewürztraminer, Pinot Blanc, Chardonnay and Sylvaner. It is extraordinarily food-friendly, from light salads to the hottest fusion-style cuisine. Organic/biodynamic (not certified).
Wild fruit flavors...there are like 9 different varietals in this blend. A little too much fruit for me, I can't nail down any one flavor. Seems very disjointed and confusing. Sweet and dry is all I get.
This is a great blend, if your a fan of Conundrum, this a killer alternative for half the money.
We had this at The Melting Pot, and it impressed us more than a bottle of The Poet we were sharing. I purchased a couple bottles for use at home to see if we are as enthused here. Final answer? It is a fantastic wine anytime. Very soft, smooth, light.
This is by far our favortie white wine over the past couple of years. It's consistency for the price is unrivaled. It's the perfect wine for the summer with it's crisp and refreshing draw. Pear seems to be the dominant flavor in Evolution, but it's like an Asian Pear, crisp and light...something you almost crave in a hot summers day. Goes perfect with BBQ, Cajun food and Southwest Cuisine.
I tried this wine at Vintage 1740 because I liked the label. This is the one wine that began my love affair with wine.
My favorite Chardonney! It can be hard to find.
This is probably my favorite wine. It's not too sweet and tends twards the dry and fuity. Everyone I've served it too has enjoyed it just as much as I have.
External Reviews for Sokol Blosser White Blend Oregon Evolution No. 9
A complex yet easy-drinking blend of nine white grape varieties. Each brings its own style to the table, but they all end up working together to form a well-integrated and approachable whole.
A complex yet easy-drinking blend of nine white grape varieties. Each brings its own style to the table, but they all end up working together to form a well-integrated, approachable, delicious wine.
This dynamic nine-grape blend features bright acidity, vibrant fruit, supple sweetness and a savory finish; a great welcome wine or fun turkey accompaniment.
This oddly packaged, nonvintage is a mongrel mix of nine different varietal grapes, and the result is a fragrant citrus-flavored blend with all the appeal of a friendly new puppy. Juicy, lemony and bracing, it calls out for oysters, creamy pasta or anything in butter sauce.
This wine (a blend of grapes and vintages) is like liquefied spicy fruit salad notable for its lychee flavors acidity and notes of pineapple and fresh flavors. With its well-knit structure this fun light-hearted wine is the best Evolution yet.
Soft and aromatic, appealing for its pretty floral, spice and litchi overtones to the basic pear and apple character. Lap it up while it’s fresh. Drink now.
Food Pairings for Sokol Blosser White Blend Oregon Evolution No. 9
Dietary Information: Organic
|Sugar: 1.23 grams per liter||Total Acidity: 6.9 grams per liter|
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