White Wine by Innocent Bystander from Yarra Valley, Australia. Aromas of fresh cut pears, snow pea shoots, and lemon thyme. On the palate, lime flowers and a touch of miso. The palate is fresh, crisp and bone-dry. It finishes with a twang, like lemon sorbet. Very moreish. Pair with a goat cheese salad with croutons and fresh oysters. Beer battered whiting with tartare and big chips. Also pairs nicely with brie.
White Wine by A to Z from Oregon. The 2015 A to Z Oregon Pinot Gris offers exuberant aromas of peach, honeysuckle, lime blossom and kiwi, with spicier notes of orange zest, cinnamon, ginger, basil, plum and kumquat emerging in the glass. The palate is ripe and concentrated with lush fruit flavors underpinned by mineral notes and juicy acidity. The lasting impression is one of great purity and intensity, balanced by uplifting juiciness. This Pinot Gris embodies the great 2015 vintage making an ideal food or quaffing wine that will drink wonderfully over the next two to five years.
White Wine by Masoletti from Italian, Italy. Typically fresh and full flavored. Fragrant and fruity, with a hint of rose. Best served slightly chilled, with fish and seafood and other dishes with delicate flavor, including white meats, prosciutto, and culatello.
White Wine by Hendry from Napa Valley, California. Straw yellow color with the very faint coppery tinge typical of Pinot Gris. Soft initial aromas of orange rind, herbs, honey, green apple and pear. Round and creamy mineral and lemon on the palate, with citrus pith on the finish. Juicy and palate-cleansing. Lighter foods like a savory ricotta and leek frittata, chicken breast, shrimp or shellfish-or simply a sunny afternoon-would pair best with the subtle flavors of this wine.