2008 Wallace Brook Pinot Gris
Appellation: Willamette Valley, Oregon
Tasting Notes: 100% Pinot Gris. 13.2% ABV. Straw colored. Nose is apples, pears, and a little floral note, with a hint of lemon. Attack is apple juice with lemon in it, then it transitions to very nice minerality. Good acid, then the finish moves back to sweet. The attack is off putting to me, but the wine turns around and overcomes it to a certain extent. This is a wine your friends who don’t really like wine will like. Serviceable, but there’s better wine out there at under $10.
Price: Unknown, someone brought this to my house. Cellartracker has it around $9