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Saint Gregory Pinot Blanc

FOOD & WINE Wine Club Saint Gregory Pinot Blanc FOOD & WINE Wine Club Saint Gregory Pinot Blanc
Winery Saint Gregory
Grape Pinot Blanc
Year 2011
Country United States
Appellation Mendocino County

$14.00 $11.90 per bottle

Member Price: $10.71
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Greg Graziano fermented this Pinot Blanc in French-oak barrels, a process that gives the wine its dense, silky texture.
What You Need To Know
Winemaker Greg Graziano believes that California’s cool Mendocino coast makes a perfect home for any grape beginning with “Pinot.” So in addition to Pinot Noir, Mendocino’s calling card variety, Graziano makes tiny amounts of a handful of wines from that grape’s less-famous relatives, including Pinot Meunier, Pinotage and Pinot Blanc, the basis for this wine. The Pinot Blanc grape (known as Pinot Bianco in Italy) yields full-bodied white wines that can range from creamy and soft to crisp and zesty. This example combines a lush texture with food-friendly acidity.
Smell It
Smell It
Fruity and bright, with orange and apple notes.
Taste It
Taste It
Creamy pear and tropical fruit flavors.
Serve It
Serve It
Pair It
Pair It
Meaty fish and shellfish, light poultry and substantial vegetarian dishes, such as tarts, risottos or pastas (just avoid tomato-based sauces).