Graffigna Pinot Grigio Centenario White 2010
Even though everyone knows that Argentinian Pinot Grigio is the best in the world (sic) this is by far the least interesting. I can't believe I am saying this but it could have used from oak. It tastes like it was stored for a century in steel containers.Add winemaker's notes
Even though everyone knows that Argentinian Pinot Grigio is the best in the world (sic) this is by far the least interesting. I can't believe I am saying this but it could have used from oak. It tastes like it was stored for a century in steel containers.
Very interesting. Soft like a viognier but lots of alcohol heat. Paired this with a shrimp caesar salad.
Bought this while picking up the Graffigna Centenario Reserve 2008 Malbec. While not absolutely amazing, this is worth the price. I like it. Taste is balanced lemon/pear, medium-light bodied, and balanced acidity.
it's ok. wouldn't seek out again. first sip is like water, following sips a bit too acidic
Two and a half glasses
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