I’d like to think that I’m a pioneer by shamelessly admitting that I occasionally drink my wine out of a Solo-cup, at least when I’m on the beach. ... Read more
Crisp with pear flavors. Read more
Nice crisp and refreshing. Pears and some apple to the nose. Really nice wine for the price point Read more
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I’d like to think that I’m a pioneer by shamelessly admitting that I occasionally drink my wine out of a Solo-cup, at least when I’m on the beach. The Mrs. seems to frown on me bringing my own stemware! The Willow Crest Pinot Gris is clean and crisp, but also bolder than most Pinot Gris from neighboring Oregon, at least that I’ve tasted. Beautifully fragrant (we could even smell it against the breeze from the ocean), the wine opens with cantaloupe, grapefruit, passion-fruit and guava. Medium-bodied, rich, and with a good acid balance, the wine evolves into citrusy blood orange and grapefruit on the long finish. The absolute best Pinot Gris for the money that I’ve tasted coming out of Washington, and the price won’t leave you feeling guilty about taking it to the beach…
Crisp with pear flavors.
Nice crisp and refreshing. Pears and some apple to the nose. Really nice wine for the price point
Nice, crisp nose of green apples. Clean, crisp and with good fruit - excellent value for a $10 wine. Good acidity helps balance out the rich fruit and the menthol spices. Paired very well with a chicken and bacon salad.
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