Millbrook Tocai Friulano Hudson River Region New York United States 2007

External Review by Astor Wines & Spirits:

This is an off-dry white wine from the Hudson Valley region of New York. The grape has its origins in Northern Italy and found its way to New York State decades ago. Full of yellow fruits and white pepper on the palate, this is slightly sweet and a great match for spicy foods.

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Millbrook Winery:
John S. Dyson is a pioneer in the global wine industry, an innovator in site-specific planting, and extensive vineyard research. Millbrook Vineyards & Winery belongs to Pebble Ridge Vineyards & Wine Estates, a wine group John and Kathe Dyson created that is devoted to producing the very finest wines of their particular growing regions. In addition to Millbrook Vineyards & Winery,... Read more
John S. Dyson is a pioneer in the global wine industry, an innovator in site-specific planting, and extensive vineyard research. Millbrook Vineyards & Winery belongs to Pebble Ridge Vineyards & Wine Estates, a wine group John and Kathe Dyson created that is devoted to producing the very finest wines of their particular growing regions. In addition to Millbrook Vineyards & Winery, the group's other highly regarded properties include: Vista Verde Vineyards, also known as Pebble Ridge Vineyards, in the North Central Coast, California; Villa Pillo Estate in Tuscany, Italy, which was purchased in 1989 and launched its first wines in the United States in 1997 to excellent review; and Williams Selyem, the prestigious Russian River Valley winery that is arguably the top producer of Pinot Noir in the United States. Read less

External Reviews for Millbrook Tocai Friulano Hudson River Region New York United States

External Review
Source: Astor Wines & Spirits
08/01/2008

This is an off-dry white wine from the Hudson Valley region of New York. The grape has its origins in Northern Italy and found its way to New York State decades ago. Full of yellow fruits and white pepper on the palate, this is slightly sweet and a great match for spicy foods.




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