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||93 Pts James Suckling - Jamessuckling.com||Size:||750ML
||Pinot Gris / Pinot Grigio
93 Pts James Suckling - Jamessuckling.com
"A wine that stands out for its superior texture and non-reliance on simple, sugary sweetness to appeal. This has ripe bosc-pear, banana and apple aromas, leading to a neatly judged palate that delivers gently crisp texture; peach, pear and honeyed apple flavor; and handy balance. Finishes fresh. Drink now."
Winemaker's Tasting Notes
The 2012-2013 growing season was in a word "perfect". A summer of endless blue
skies, just like the ones Jules recalls as a child growing up in Marlborough. The season
started off with strong spring growth and as the risk of frost diminished rapidly, the
florets on the vines began to show through in average numbers, their quantity being
subdued by the cold conditions of the previous year.
Weather in late December was warm, dry and settled - perfect conditions for
flowering, the end result being plenty of nice, fully set bunches of grapes. The summer
continued in the pattern that had begun in spring and the long dry days rolled on.
The lack of cloud cover ensured that the nights remained cool. This provided great
conditions for flavour development and acid retention in the grapes leading up to
The vintage was a fast and furious affair with many varieties and vineyards ripening
within days of each other, making for a crazy harvest period.