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Why do we love this case?

No matter where you are on the “Pinot G” scale, it’ll be fun to watch these wines wrestle. 

And if you’re not sure where you stand, consider this case a delicious compass. Happy orienteering!

Each case contains two bottles of each of the following:

White
Pinot Gris
Nelson

Spinyback Nelson Pinot Gris 2016
Honeysuckle
Peach
Pear
Medium-bodied
Bright
Delicate
San Francisco International Wine Competition
Sam Kim
4 1⁄2 stars Sam Kim, Wine Orbit

Waimea Estate reckon 2016 was a difficult harvest “resulted in a lot of pacing about vineyards and an intense obsession with weather forecasts,” but if their Spinyback gris is anything to go by, they’ve overcome the challenges with style. It’s absolutely smashable now, a light, easy to drink by itself or with seafood and salads. Sam Kim gave this gris 91 points, saying “it is instantly appealing on the nose...offers excellent fruit purity and intensity, wonderfully enhanced by silky texture and juicy acidity.” It has also picked up a couple of gold medals, and Sam Kim really does sum it up best: “a real crowd-pleaser.”

You'd pay $25.00 full price

White
Pinot Gris
King Valley

Gapsted Ballerina Canopy Alpine & King Valleys Pinot Gris 2017
Citrus
Green Apple
Pear
Medium-bodied
Bright
Delicate
Tony Keys
Sam Kim

Glasses at the ready, mofos, this ‘17 gris is an Italian-style stunner from a ‘Fo favourite producer. Juicy pears and apples lead the charge on a crisp, balanced palate, with fairly intense flavours that’ll make this vino your flavour of the month. It has 94 points from Tony Keys and is required springtime drinking for any mofo prone to bouts of thirstiness.

You'd pay $26.00 full price

White
Pinot Gris
Adelaide Hills

Riposte by Tim Knappstein En Garde Adelaide Hills Pinot Gris 2017
Floral
Lime
Pear
Light-bodied
Bright
Elegant
5 Red Star Halliday rated producer

“The difference between pinot gris and pinot grigio, for those of you that don’t know, pinot gris is just picked a little bit later. So it’s a richer style and you’re going to get a little more generosity on the palate. A little more fleshy; a little more full. This wine was made by Tim Knappstein, and you South Australians probably know that name pretty well as he’s a bit of a cult figure over there. He does a lot of really great things with wine, but if you don’t want to take my word for it just grab yourself some of this and it’ll set you straight for the rest of Spring.” - Grant, Mofo Wine Broker

You'd pay $22.00 full price

White
Pinot Grigio
Mount Benson

Norfolk Rise Mount Benson Pinot Grigio 2017
Apple
Lemon Zest
Pear
Light-bodied
Lively
Concentrated
Royal Melbourne Wine Show
Royal Melbourne Wine Show
Trophy Best Single Varietal White Wine, Royal Melbourne Wine Show

This grigio made the long journey from Mt Benson to Melbourne and blew away the judges at the Royal Melbourne Wine Show, picking up a gold medal, 95 points and the trophy for best single varietal white wine. And it’s well deserved too, with notes of nectarine, pears, apples and spice complemented by a brightness that could light up a Melbourne winter. Perfect spring and summer drinking.

You'd pay $18.00 full price

White
Pinot Grigio
King Valley

Little Helper King Valley Pinot Grigio 2017
Citrus
Melon
Pear
Light-bodied
Bright
Delicate

“It’s really racy with fresh, crunchy fruits, granny smith apples, lemons, lemon piths and that’s really what pinot grigio is all about. I think it has the zest and exuberance of an Italian, so I’d be all about an Italian dinner with this one. Fresh tomato, olive oil, bocconcini and basil, then a linguini pasta and throw some clams and mussels in. Don’t overthink it and smash it back with your grigio – happy days.” - Seb, Mofo Wine Broker

You'd pay $25.00 full price

White
Pinot Grigio
Adelaide Hills

Kangarilla Road Reserve Adelaide Hills Pinot Grigio 2017
Lemon
Lime
Orange Blossom
Light-bodied
Crisp
Elegant
5 Red Star Halliday rated producer

Winners are grinners and grinners drink grigio. Fact. Particularly grigio like this ‘17 juice from Kangarilla Road, a 5 red star producer out of McLaren Vale. It’s a fresh, lemony vino with orange blossom and pineapple notes – perfect for long afternoons spent with seafood and sea views.

You'd pay $30.00 full price