The summer of 2016 and the autumn harvest behaved with continued moderation and consistency, producing a steady ripening season that saw most fruit harvested by the end of March. The first aroma of the 2016 Pinot Gris displays ample fruit, including tangerine, mandarin & pears, making it an exotic mix. All these fruit flavours fill a rich and textured palate, a desirable character of low yielding concentrated Pinot Gris.
The finish is dry to some palates, slightly sweet to others, depending upon individual threshold, but the crisp acid finish is evident to all. Mornington Peninsula Pinot Gris is equally at home alongside rich European food and has a special affinity with mushrooms. It really hits the spot when matched with Asian food as it engulfs chilli heat and counterbalances the salty tang of soy or fish sauce.
|Product/Service Sold Out||Yes|
|Wine Type||White Wine|
|Varietals||Pinot Gris/Pinot Grigio/Grauer Burgunder|