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Bivio Italia
Pinot Gris - Italy
11/14/2009 From Renée
Citrus, low acid. Serviced with greek food.
http://www.Bivioitalia.com
Pinot Gris, White
Posted by Nathan Krämer on 11/16/2009

Leonardo Locascio Selection
Tiefenbrunner 2007
Pinot Gris - Italy
Tiefenbrunner
Description: Light yellow to sandy-coloured in appearance, with an unobtrusive bouquet, and hints of pear and candied fruit. The strong harmonious structure emphasizes its dry full bodied taste and round finish.

Serving suggestion:
This white wine makes a good companion to all sorts of appetizers, as well as asparagus dishes, seafood, poultry, pork or veal.

Tasted as Biaggis - Italian Restaurants in Omaha. Good with butternut squash Ravioli.
http://www.tiefenbrunner.com/
Pinot Gris, White
Posted by Nathan Krämer on 10/19/2009

King Estate
Vin Glacé (Dessert Wine) 2000
Pinot Gris - Oregon
Vin Glacé  (Dessert Wine)
Vin Gris is produced by the traditional French rosé method using Pinot Noir grapes. The grapes were destemmed, crushed, cold soaked for 72 hours on the skins, pressed and the juice fermented as a white wine. The resulting crisp dry wine is pink in color with wonderful strawberry and watermelon fruit aromas. It is especially delicious in the warm summer months served as an apertif or with a light meal. This beautiful, pale straw Pinot Gris displays aromas of honey, peach, melon, pear and apple, accented with tropical floral blossom. With a bright entry of pear, apple, peach and grapefruit, this medium bodied wine maintains an excellent balance of fruit and acidity through its soft and lingering finish.
Summer 2002 Served with fruit and cheese dessert course after Caesar Salad.
http://www.kingestate.com
Pinot Gris, Dessert Wine
Posted by Nathan Krämer on 7/25/2002

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