Mount Difficulty Pinot Gris, 2011

Mount Difficulty Pinot Gris, 2011
Oily but not quite as viscous as the Peregrine Pinot Gris from the other day, but that doesn’t mean it’s a bad thing. It just meant more subtle lychee/grapefruit/orange zest flavours, helped by a festive strudel to a delicious almond kick on the finish.   Share this:FacebookTwitter

Peregrine Pinot Gris, 2011

Peregrine Pinot Gris, 2011
I always find the Peregrine label extremely evocative. Along with visiting the stunning Rippon Vineyards and tasting the heavenly sweet wine of Fromm it stands as a visual vinous reminder of a defining trip to New Zealand. Although it was all about their Pinot then. Forget New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Gris is the standout ...

Duo of Breggo

Duo of Breggo
Breggo Wiley Vineyard Pinot Gris 2007 Rich, oily on the nose, heavy and full mouthfeel with a slight spicy but very oily finish that goes on and on… makes me believe CellarTracker was right when it told me I should have had this drunk before this year. But it’s still valid and an obviously great ...
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