Winfield Estate Oregon Bone Dry Pinot Gris 2009
Handcrafted and award-winning wines await you at the Winfield Winery, located in the beautiful countyside of southwestern Pennsylvania. Our product line includes over 30 wines that are produced in small batches, and aged in glass and stainless steel tanks below ground level in our special fermenting room. We take great pride in our product and we're sure that you'll find something here that pleases your palate.
Editorial Reviews for Winfield Estate Oregon Bone Dry Pinot Gris
13% This is light and delicate with note of river stones, green plum and baking apple peels all topped with hints of mint and a dash of sea salt. On entry this shows nice weight and roundness but the vivid acidity quickly adds fine detail here. The flavors recall the nose with layers of baked apple and green plum topped with gently dusty tones and a hint of tarragon. This is indeed bone dry and as such resembles a Pinot Grigio a bit more than a typical Pinot Gris, though it does finish modestly with a bit of a creamy edge and some nice spice and salt undertones. Really beautiful no matter what the name. 91pts
Bone dry does not lie. Green apple on the nose and lots of minerality on the palate. If you like your whites to be dry, this is a winner.
Crisp light color, with a sweet aroma of tree fruit and the ocean (wet rocks and salt). Smell sweeter than it tastes, actually I wouldn't say this wine is sweet at all. A balance flavor and creamy texture which leaves a thing coating on your mouth. Finishes salty and I can't wait to try it again with some oysters, or grilled octopus salad.
Yes, this is definitely dry - but enjoyable if you're a fan of dry whites. Salty, mineral, slight hint of lime and apple, there's a nice cleansing quality that I really like here. Smooth finish.
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