Organic Pear Wine

Member Review by dynowine:

Tested at 72 deg F. Lively nose of pear and stone/mineral, hints of volatiles (petrol), possibly a bit of herb or leaves. In the mouth round, smooth, with good deep sour pear fruit and almost strong "wet steel" mineral taste. Apparent sweetness not much higher than a kabinett riesling. Finish short to medium of same elements in the mouth. Excellent effort by the winemaker and I'm eager to try it chilled. Off-dry. Body medium plus, acid medium (or slightly higher). 10% abv.

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Pheasant Valley Vineyard & Winery:
heasant Valley Vineyard and Winery opened the tasting room to the public in 2004. Since then, the winery has received rave reviews for our award-winning wines and picturesque setting. Our friendly staff is here to guide you through wine tasting in our area and encourages questions about our wines and how to taste. Our spacious tasting room offers spectacular views of Mount Hood. Taste a flight... Read more
heasant Valley Vineyard and Winery opened the tasting room to the public in 2004. Since then, the winery has received rave reviews for our award-winning wines and picturesque setting. Our friendly staff is here to guide you through wine tasting in our area and encourages questions about our wines and how to taste. Our spacious tasting room offers spectacular views of Mount Hood. Taste a flight of 6-15 wines, served at the turn-of-the-century historic back bar, and relax by the spectacular rock fireplace or out on the covered patio or lawns. Read less

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Snooth User: dynowine
3956231,323
3.50 5
07/26/2010

Tested at 72 deg F. Lively nose of pear and stone/mineral, hints of volatiles (petrol), possibly a bit of herb or leaves. In the mouth round, smooth, with good deep sour pear fruit and almost strong "wet steel" mineral taste. Apparent sweetness not much higher than a kabinett riesling. Finish short to medium of same elements in the mouth. Excellent effort by the winemaker and I'm eager to try it chilled. Off-dry. Body medium plus, acid medium (or slightly higher). 10% abv.


Snooth User: kennedybryan
8390574
1.00 5
05/13/2011

The reds: too high in alcohol and acidity, misleading labels. The whites: Pear wine is not what it used to be. Bad overall flavor, too much yeast. From what I was told, it might come from the over handling of the fruit... Other whites are average. Conclusion: probably too young in the wine making, use of bad fruit, re use of oak barrels over and over. Prices online are not accurate.



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