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2011 Solena Estate Pinot Gris Oregon
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summer wine
by Patterson14188457
very light. no strong flavors, even on the finish. I just love it. do not match with any strong flavored foods. it would be lost.
Good Summer Sipper
by Champagne218511
Good example of Oregon Pinot Gris, refreshing, food friendly, perfect with chicken or seafood.
best p.grigio in a long time
by Bengfort13589546
silky,tart,round. just delicious.
A Bit Too Sweet
by Jones11690321
The Solena reminded me more of an old style Riesling than a Oregon PInot Gris. Sweet and flowery with enough acid to balance on the palate. Having spent two weeks traveling and drinking along the Rhine, Mosel, and Danube I enjoy a slightly sweeter well made white wine but this was a bit too sweet/flowery for my taste. Much preferred the Jermann Pinot Grigio or the first wine I bought at Wine Access the Chehalem Pinot Gris. Still the wine was well made and very drinkable just not quite my style.
by Tate10739853
Perfectly drinkable, but nothing special. Almost, but not quite flabby. At this price point, I expect more.
A bit disappointing
by Wine12026549
I waited 5 weeks after receiving my shipment to let the wine "rest" after its journey. My tasting of the first bottle was a bit disappointing. There was nice fruit when first tasting but the finish was "astringent", very dry and acidic. It improved during the meal (paired with pasta and a light sauce) but never lost its astringency. I will plan to age it for a year or so to see if it softens.


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Pinot Gris (aka Pinot Grigio)

Pinot Gris, called Pinot Grigio in Italy, is a noble variety that, unfortunately, doesn't always produce highly refined wine. At its best, in Alsace, where it's usually called Tokay Pinot Gris, the wines are extremely rich and honeyed, in either...
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