Bright straw yellow. Notes of pear, white and yellow stone fruits initially express themselves. These meld with nuanced layers of nougat, rose petal, and hints of baking spices. The palate has elegantly concentrated flavors of white and yellow stone fruits, hints of canned pineapple along with honeysuckle and exotic florals. Well balanced with a slight minerality creating a fine-textured bone dry palate. - Winemaker Notes
91 points - Tasting Panel
"Sure, the words “New Zealand” automatically bring Sauvignon Blanc to mind, but not so fast, my friends! Though Jules Taylor, a native of Marlborough, does crush the country’s signature grape, her other offerings are very sharp as well—including her Pinot Gris, which is the perfect patio pounder. It’s easy drinking and zippy, with all the minerality you need. Pineapple, guava, and lime dominate the palate, and the finish is just long enough to set you up for another mouthwatering sip."