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Decanting time: At least an hour is ideal, but also very palatable upon opening
This delightful and generous New Zealand Pinot Gris offering opens with an inviting nose that is distinctly luscious, aromatic and full. Very floral with ripe undertones of white-fleshed fruit. Very balanced and expertly crafted to provide a texture that is both subtle and smooth. Flavours include crisp, harvest apple and stone fruits. The hints of mango are especially delightful. Subtle, but well-structured acidity ensures that you can’t go wrong with this versatile, accessible selection.
Pairing options are very broad and versatile, but lighter fare is recommended as an ideal selection. White, pan-fried fish and seafood are delightful options. Other tasting suggestions include Asian foods with some spice, summer salads, including light, pasta salads. A convenient screwcap bottling means you can enjoy all this wine has to offer without having to worry about the details. Allowing time to open up the elaborate aromas is encouraged, but certainly not necessary.
One of the best features of this wine is its price point. It’s hard to compete with the depth and freshness of this vintage, and it’s no wonder the 2014 Pinot Gris vintage has collected a number of impressive awards, including taking away the Gold at the New World Wine Awards.