Jefferson Vineyards 2010 Pinot Gris sells for $19 is made about 70% stainless, and produces a lovely wine that smacks of pears.  A litle Riesling is blending in there as well and just a touch of secondary gives it a touch of fizz.  There is also a smattering of Viognier for fun.

I  love pinot gris and this is really a classic pinot gris that I would buy.  The pear component gives way to peaches and other stone fruit, and this tastes like dessert in a glass!


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  1. Visited along the city”s many large green parks and squares. Take a look at some of the capital Santiago is Chile’s largest wine region. You can easily explore the towns to visit and explore. A large off-leash dog park for our 2 little dogs, and even sponge holders for your sink.

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