Omg whaaa in a blind tasting I’d probably call it Oregon Pinot Gris. That’s the style. I love this. Pinot Gris and Grigio are the same grape so it’s interesting they went with the naming it a Grigio name.
Honeysuckle and pineapple fun. Acid and fruit ripeness says new world yah I’d probably blind tasted call it new world Pinot Gris or mayyyyybe new world chenin but the acid is too low for that fun.
— 2 months ago
Really nice..we drink a lot of chardonnay and this is something a bit different, but in a good way. Spicy fragrance, with a hint of earthiness, while the taste ranges from spicy apple to peach, all with a hint of acidity. — 3 months ago
Wine Wed. 6/23/2021 — 21 hours ago
Slightly jammy, with enough acidity. Pretty good, taste the cinnamon- A. — a month ago
The 2017 Vino Nobile di Montepulciano is a terrific choice for drinking now and over the next handful of years. Readers will find a wine that offers plenty of Vino Nobile depth, but in a mid-weight style that makes it accessible. Bright red cherry, dried flowers, mint and white pepper add a brilliant upper register to the red Sangiovese fruit. (Antonio Galloni, Vinous, April 2021)
— a month ago
A pleasant Cabernet to pair with our steak and salad. — a month ago
Starts fruity but finishes with some baking spices. Very smooth and easy to drink. — a month ago
2015? It’s like driving a Ferrari in a school zone.
Honestly... there should be a law about selling Italian wine before they are ready to drink.
This is fantastic... but should be ready for Leon’s 19th.
Val Di Suca. — 2 months ago
Grapes sourced from several vineyards, aromas of citrus fruits & sweet spice. On the palate ripe fruits, apple, pear and peach with lemon citrus and vanilla, a touch of toasty oak. Some oak aging, nice balance, medium+ finish ending with fruit and oak finish. I continue to have this wine as a staple in my cellar for a number of years. Enjoy! Great value, compared to Chards costing more! — 3 months ago