Waterbrook 2012 Pinot Gris

Another one from my wine meetup group at Earl’s. Pale in color with a nose of minerality. On the mid pallet the wine is a lovely dry crisp wine with some nice citrus notes coming through along with minerality to match the nose. The wine is medium in length on the finish with some lovely mouth grip. It lingers pleasantly. Another lovely food friendly wine. Earl’s picked well. I would give this a solid 89. It’s sadly not available in the LCBO. My search shows its $12 at the winery in the US.

From winery’s web site:
Tasting Note: Fragrant mango, white peach and Asian pear notes swirl in the glass. A refined Pinot Gris with vanilla bean, green apple and minerality. The crisp citrus finish is clean and shows balanced acidity. Varietal blend: 100% Pinot Gris
Oak: 100% Stainless Steel Fining: Bentonite, PVPP Aging: 5 months

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