Kelley’s Pinot Gris spends almost 3 weeks on the skins with foot treading once each day. You can imagine the resulting flavor explosion. Think cranberries and crushed wild flowers and a refreshing mineral water finish. This is the type of rosé that can stand up to a full flavored dish! 😋💖 — 6 days ago
Complex yet light white wine. Rounder than the dry rieslings from Alsace. Great cheese wine or just to have on the porch. Could hold up well to spice too. — 6 days ago
Quality wine at a good price. Lemon and mineral on the nose, zingy lemon zest turns into nice acid on the palette. — 2 days ago
A lot of pear on the nose along with some gravel minerality, tangerine and florality. The pear and minerality follows through on the palate. Good acidity and very light and elegant. A little lime and grapefruit at the end and all is long lasting. Very enjoyable complexity and elegance. — 9 days ago
Off-Dry to medium sweet Pinot Gris. Ripe tropical fruit and pear aromas dominate. Racy acidity hints at an Alsatian Riesling if blind. — 6 days ago
Sometimes a wine like this is just what one needs - bright, crunchy, uncomplicated without being boring. From 375, chilled.
From BH: A collaboration between Peter Dredge (Dr Edge and Meadowbank), Joe Holyman (Stoney Rise) and Mike Bennie (The Wine Front). Here, Pinot Noir (40%), Pinot Meunier and Pinot Gris have been employed to create an incredibly refreshing still wine, with elegant raspberry leaf, red cherry crunch and savoury spice to taste. — 13 days ago
Excellent glass at Montys of Kathmandu in Dublin, at his wonderful tasting table in his superb cellar. — a day ago