Yamhill-Carlton District Wine
Bishop Creek Cellars Pinot Gris Yamhill-Carlton Special Cuvée
|Winery:||Bishop Creek Cellars|
|Region:||USA » Oregon » Willamette Valley AVA » Yamhill/Washington Counties » Yamhill-Carlton District|
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Varietals Produced in Yamhill-Carlton District View all
British wine writer and critic, Jancis Robinson, once noted that throughout the 80’s and 90’s in the United States, C...
This variety was developed by Dr. Hermann Muller in 1882. When naming the new grape, he added the name of the Swiss c...
“With so voluptuous a perfume, so sweet an edge, they make the blood run hot,” Joel Fleischman, wine columnist at Van...
History of the grape: Pinot Blanc was first grown in Burgundy and Champagne, France, and can be traced by some source...
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Wow, this is aromatically intense and complex with huge spice notes joined by briary pipe notes, deep floral sweetness, blueberry tobacco leaf, black tea, earth and spice -- it just keeps growing in the glass. Big on entry with huge fruit, but still remaining very fresh with lots of soft tannins contributing some weight yet this remains crisp an... Read More
Sweet strawberry nose, delicate raspberry and cedar notes. Spice on the finish. Poppy finish. Read More
Very Riesling on the nose with very white floral tones and lacy soil tones over cool, crisp citrus fruits. Lacks a bit of integration on the green apple, lime and peach. On the finish this really shows excellent depth of fruit with intense acid driven peach flavors. This needs some time to better knit together but has all the components to be ex... Read More
Very similar to the Three Hill Cuveé. Cherry, strawberry and raspberry. Nice spice. Good acidity. Tasty!- Tasted at winery 8/17/10 Read More
Rich, powerful and well structured! Dark blackberry, candied dark cherry, Chambord and spice all amidst firm tannins. Age worthy for sure. Very good!- Tasted at winery 8/17/10 Read More
Early on I had blogged about the responsibility of wine knowledge and how people rely on you for recommendations. I have found out the one thing that is even more nerve racking than making a recommendation on a good wine... that is trying to identify a wine when you cant see the label. Yes, that is right, the evil and frustrating blind tasting... Read More
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