Wine Enthusiast 87 points - A forward, rich wine, full of ripe fruits, peaches and honey. It has weight while also keeping a fine sense of fresh acidity that cuts the full-bodied character of the wine. It’s not for long-term aging. (Oct 2013)
As its name indicates in French, Pinot Gris is a grey varietal with white fruit. This varietal offers structured wines, round in the mouth feel and long on the finish. It shows peach, apricots and hints of smokiness. On palate it comes acreoss medium dry with nice acidy on the finish.