Pinot Gris 2020 – Black Market Deal #37491
- Light, aromatic
- Eden Valley
If you spend a bare minimum on cologne or perfume, you may find a pearl – but you’re likely to end up with something really stanky. The same’s not true for wine at the ‘fo, and this gris is a perfect case in point. This is beautifully perfumed, gorgeously lifted and wonderfully fruity. A cool, elegant acidity drives the experience with poise and grace. The finish is long and lingering. It’s miraculous winemaking for your money, and we’re totally in love.
What is a Black Market deal?
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“Elegant and fabulously styled, the wine shows green pear, fig, lemon peel and white floral aromas on the nose. It's juicy and vibrant, offering splendid fruit purity backed by fine texture and bright acidity, leading to a lengthy mouth-watering finish.”
Full price $30.00 from the producer.
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- Eden Valley
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Next door to the Barossa Valley lies Eden Valley, a small yet highly significant Aussie region celebrated for their signature cool climate wines and impressive history. According to our sources, the first Eden Valley vineyard was planted in the early 1840s, and today there are just over 12 local wineries, both boutique and family-owned that continue to produce, exceptional vintages, including the famous Yalumba and Henschke. Renowned for their signature riesling and shiraz, the glorious region is a heavenly picking field for A-grade fruit. It comes as no surprise that many of Australia's winemakers source their grapes from the Eden Valley.