This was an ideal grape growing season with a warm summer and a lingering dry autumn. Low crop levels and a long period of ripening have given this wine extra concentration.
This wine has the typical pinot gris aromas and flavours of freshly cut ripe pear that are supported by an underlay of honeysuckle and tropical spices. It is full-bodied, concentrated and unctuous in the mouth with a refreshing seam of minerality and a tangy hint of root ginger.
Wine is a natural health food.