Crisp, bright flavors have always been the hallmark of Adelsheim Pinot gris. In this 2011, you'll find hints of papaya, apples and pears. It pulls off the difficult feat of providing a gentle creaminess that lends a rich, mouthfilling texture and long finish, yet still impressing as a wine that's crisp and clean. Try it with mildly spicy foods (such as ceviche), not so mildly spicy Thai cuisine, rich fishentrees, and even classic oven-roasted fowl.
Fresh and lively, with a raw edge to the pear and citrus flavors, lingering enticingly. Drink now through 2014.
Bright and spicy, this has flavors of melon and pear. Balanced throughout, it finishes with a lightly toasty accent. Superb winemaking shines here.
While the widely sourced (though still majority estate-vineyard) Adelsheim 2011 Pinot Gris displays prominent green apple and piquant raw hazelnut, it shows attractive brown spiced and smoky accents as well as a sense of mid-palate oiliness and subtle softening thanks to a portion of the wine having sojourned for a month in older barrique. The brusque finish is pronouncedly phenolic and piquant, but certainly bracing multi-faceted.
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