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2008 Hugel et Fils Pinot Gris Classic
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87 Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - November/December 2010

($15) Bright pale color. Aromatically muted nose hints at butter and exotic fruits. Nicely concentrated but a bit disjointed and ungiving today, with acidity dominating its stone fruit flavors. This wine went through malolactic fermentation but I never would have guessed it. Needs time. (Incidentally, the rich, dusty 2007 version showed a captivating brown spice quality, a chewy texture and a vibrant citric, mineral underpinning, meriting a 90-point rating; I underrated this wine in Issue 141 two years ago.)

90 Points | Wine Spectator

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