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Bay of Fires Pinot Gris was produced from several vineyards with the parcels of fruit handled individually. Ripe fruit aromas of quince and fig are supported by spicy undertones and the mouth feel is rich with a lingering finish.
Pale straw-green; a striking bouquet of pear, spice and ginger leads into an exceptional palate with quince added to the already complex array of flavours; the texture of the finish is also exceptional.
Vintage: 2011 Score: 95 points
This is a vibrant young wine showing nashi pear aromas. A hint of sweetness matches the pleasant firmness and contributes to texture very well. The intense varietal flavour persists on a perfectly balanced palate.
Vintage: 2011 Score: Outstanding
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