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Tuesday, January 29, 2013
A good pinot gris: Cumulus Wines Climbing Pinot Gris 2012
From vineyards situated at more than 600m above sea level, the 2012 pinot gris is a pale lemon in colour. It has between medium and pronounced intensity aromatics of pear, apple and stone. The palate has medium length, between medium and high acidity, and dominant flavours of pear and apple. This is the sort of restrained and balanced pinot gris style that I enjoy, not being blousy at all. Good
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