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Mar 31, 2015
Pinot Gris, the second most planted grape in Oregon, is often released almost immediately after bottling. Although the variety is appreciated for its fresh, fruity, youthful drinkability, the April 2015 Value Picks tasting revealed that in some instances those very traits that make it so enjoyable early need a little time in bottle to fully develop. Though the evolution of a light, bright white may take only a few months, the change can be significant.
Maryhill Winery 2013 Columbia Valley Pinot Gris
Clean, fresh, citrusy aromas introduce spicy notes of macaroon-like coconut and almond balanced by tangy citrus. Finishes lively and long. $12; 5130 cases
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