Puffin Pinot Gris 2016
Sunset International Wine Competition
Best of Class and Double Gold Medal
Savor NW Wine Awards, 2017
The 2017 Sunset International Wine Competition awarded our 2016 Puffin Pinot Gris a Silver Medal. One of the most prestigious wine competitions in the world, over 7100 wines were tasted by a blue ribbon panel of Masters of Wine, top wine journalists, and famous winemakers from all over the world.
This straw-colored Pinot Gris leads with pleasing aromas of green apple, pear and white flowers. Subtle aromas of apple blossoms, melon, and lemon zest follow and make this wine so inviting! In the mouth, this wine is well-balanced and smooth from start to finish. Fruit flavors of apple, apricot, pear and citrus fruit allow the wine to linger on the finish.
This is is unlike any other wine club you’ve heard of. In addition to offering our own delicious Puffin wines, we’re including amazing wines from some of our favorite Pacific Northwest wineries. That’s right…you get Puffin wines AND wines from other local wineries. Because we own a wine store, we have access to the finest wines made in the Pacific Northwest. – Steve
Three levels: Trio, Six Pack, Case | From $89 per shipment
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Wonderfully complex, the nose shows aromas of lilac, violet, rose petal, blackberry, mulberry, raspberry compote, clove, sandalwood and cedar box. On the palate the wine is vibrant, fresh and focused with delicious flavors of spiced quince, cranberry, dried fig, wild fruit, tobacco leaf and tar. Plush and fleshy with supple tannin, great energy and lingering finish.
A discount on the Level 3 study course was offered to anyone who aced the Level 2 exam. Challenge accepted. I studied diligently and was ready for the exam. During the exam, my confidence grew with each question. I was flying through the test,
We can blame California winemakers for a couple of things; chardonnay that tastes like buttery oak planks and rosé that tastes like sweet pink water, but we can’t blame California for the confusion surrounding one of my favorite wines, riesling.