Pinot Blanc - Pinot Bianco

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Pinot Gris or Pinot Grigio (Pee-noe Gree/ Pee-noe Gree-joe) are the French and Italian names for the same grape. This is a dry white that can be found in many regions but the primary producers would undoubtedly be the Alsace region of France and Oregon of the U.S. Oregon might be the new kid on the block when it comes to growing Pinot Gris but that hasn’t stopped it from amassing a distinguished reputation in the field. Pinot Gris tends to be fragrant with a light floral quality and citrus flavors. On the palette you will find either a light slightly tangy or a moderately rich full-bodied wine that will feature apples, lemons, pears, and an assortment of floral notes.
  • J. Lohr 40th Anniversary Pinot Blanc Paso Robles
    Pinot Blanc was one of the 11 original varieties planted by Jerry Lohr in our estate vineyards in the Arroyo Seco AVA of Monterey County. The 1975 was one of the first white wines produced by J. Lohr.

    Regular Price: $34.95

    Special Price $29.40

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  • Schlumberger 2014 Pinot Blanc Les Princes Abbes Alsace
    It's clear and bright robe is characterized by yellow color with golden reflections. A youthful aspect is revealed. The nose is aromatic, with notes of citrus and yellow fruit - intense and rich. On the palate, the onset is fresh but without excess, with a slight sparkling note. The middle mouth is fatty even while remaining dry. In the finish we find warmth associated with freshness. The length is average. This Pinot Blanc Les Princes Abbes 2012 is nicely balanced. It is a fine dry wine already very pleasant and ready to drink.
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