A floral nose conceals a bushel of mixed apples. The nose is floral, hibiscus and apple blossom. It is meatier on the palate, filled with apples from tart to bruised, with a touch of lemon zest. Sour apples linger. Drink with fried pork tenderloin. Highly Recommended. 88 points.

WHO: Jermann
WHAT: Pinot Grigio
WHEN: 2016
WHERE: Venezia Giulia, Italy

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