Pinot gris is proving to be a serious rival for savvy blanc in the popularity stakes, with the likability to get savvy voted off the island! This crisp, clean number will hit the spot in the warmer weather with a decent chill as it seduces you with it's crunchy apple and pear smells, along with a touch of citrus lemon in the mix. It's dryish and frisky on the palate, with lemons and Granny Smith apples coming to the fore before a fresh and tidy finish. Bring on those tempura prawns!
Appearance: Pale to medium straw colour with lively green hues.
Nose: Aromas of new season pear and apple leap from the glass followed by a hint of white peach.
Palate: The flavours carry through from the initial impression with green apples and firm pears, crisp and clean on the finish. This is a wine that dances delicately in the mouth and caresses the taste-buds.
Food: The perfect match to grilled seafood and Asian cuisine.
Cellaring: This wine is made to be enjoyed whilst young and fresh