With a rich and creamy mouth feel, the wine made its entrance with the typical apple and pear you’d expect at the surface. Underneath however, I detected entrancing layers of melon and tropical star fruit notes while the mouth offered additional exotic flavors of grapefruit, mango and a spicy, zingy ginger finish; a delicious, intriguing, and complex white wine with nice acidity and a moderate price point making it the perfect complement to lighter summer fare. Read more at Tamara’s blog, Sip with Me.

WHO: Oak Knoll Winery
WHAT: Pinot Gris
WHERE: Willamette Valley, Oregon
WHEN: 2007
HOW MUCH: $14

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