The Wine Society Premium Selection Pinot Gris 2013 Review

Posted: March 6, 2014 in Australia
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TWSThe Wine Society Premium Selection Pinot Gris 2013

Style: Dry white

Region: Swan Hill, VIC

Tasting Note: Though I have slotted this wine into the ‘dry white’ category, it does have a touch of richness from some residual sugar. The term ‘just-slightly-off-dry-white’ doesn’t sound quite right however. The pink tinge suggests a little bit of skin contact. The nose is rich with dominant tones of custard apple. There’s honeysuckle on the palate with spiced, poached pear. A creamy mouth-feel is balanced by crisp acidity.

Final Say: This is definitely Pinot Gris in style, which means it is best in enjoyed with food … spicy Thai dishes perhaps. $14.99 a bottle.

Score: 16 out of 20

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