The Rainstorm 2013 Pinot Gris (Willamette Valley) wine is of the Pinot Gris variety from the USA, produced within the nan vineyard in the Oregon province. The cost is $14. This wine has a score of 86/100 (a very good score, indicating better reviews than most).
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This is a ripe, soft, fruity wine that has a light touch of spice from the wood aging. It is ready to drink.
The wine is lightly spicy, lightly herbal and sharp. The soft, fruity character of the wine will make it a refreshing, summer wine. The aftertaste will add a lift. The aftertaste is a dry, crisp and fruity wine. Drink now.
The wine is fresh and crisp, with a lively acidity and a light streak of orange. It is a bright, fruity wine that will be ready to drink now.
This is a fresh, crisp wine, made from 100 Sangiovese, that is light and lively. It has a tangy texture that gives it a fresh aftertaste.
The aromas are fruity, but a bit underripe. The palate is light and straightforward, with a touch of rubber and saddle leather. There are also a touch of sweet oak and the finish is a little sweet.
The 2012 Odeon Series is a tribute to the vintage. Aromas of black tea, black cherry, mocha, coconut and vanilla are accompanied by exotic fruit.
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