Lot 714 | 2018 Anderson Valley
A Gold Medal & 95+ wine under its original label, and the perfect choice for endless sipping.
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- Anderson Valley
- Pinot Grigio
- Alcohol by Volume
- Cases Produced
- Now through 2023
- Release Email
The Anderson Valley AVA is my favorite California winegrowing region for Pinot grapes. Located north of Sonoma County and accessed by a winding road that runs through a fairytale forest filled with towering redwoods, it’s an old logging territory that’s now an unpretentious, laid-back area that happens to produce some of the finest cool climate grapes in America.
Aged sur lie for five months in French Oak and sourced from a family winery too small to ever have its wines found through normal distribution channels, the only place you could find this wine is their tasting room…until now! Sporting a Gold Medal and 95+ point score under its winery label, it's available here for less than half the original price.
enjoyed this Pinot Grigio
Really enjoyed this well balanced Pinot Grigio. Great summer drinking.
Great value, one of the few wines my wife and myself love.
I loved this Pinot Grigio. It went down smooth. It was not too dry and not too sweet. My friends loved it too!
Nice refreshing Pinot Grigio, great value compared to some of the well known better brands in wine shops.
Crisp, Crisp, Crisp
We are so glad that the Pinot Grigio is part of a regular program, This wine is perfect summer drinking. It is clean, crisp and yummy.
Nice, crisp white wine
This is a nice, crisp white wine, perfect for summertime. It should probably cost a couple bucks less, though.
Another great choice for the Summer
This can't be beat for the price. Nice clean crisp choice for any summer evening.
Very Nice White
I don’t drink a lot of whites, but when I do, I want it to be this good! Clean, crisp and balanced with a tantalizing citrus aroma. Paired very well with shrimp tacos!
Good white wine for the price
Nice quaffable white
Fresh, crisp nose of melon, which follows through in the palate. Also a bit of salinity. Medium body, and not too acidic, so very quaffable. On the pinot gris end of the spectrum.