“The 2014 Pinot Gris gives delicate notes of fresh peaches, pear drops and nutmeg with a hint of honeysuckle. Some yeasty notes come through on the medium-bodied, dry, silken-textured palate and offer a pleasant savory note in the finish.” Lisa Perrotti-Brown, Wine Advocate.
Mike Bennie, The Wine Front
“This is a nice drink… there’s clear fruit flavours, pear aromas, some lemony, firm acidity through the finish… this gently sweet, then sour, pear-tinged wine is for sunshine and warm days and accessibility and universal appeal”.
“This is certainly one of the best takes on pinot gris/grigio that I’ve seen this year; and it also offers cracking value for money. A blend of fruit from the Yarra and King valleys, this falls midway between gris and grigio stylistically. The fruit was hand-picked and whole bunch pressed with 50% going to stainless steel and the rest to mostly older French oak, which adds palate interest without impinging on the bright pear flavours. A fun drink for summer enjoyment”.