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- Innkeeper - 10-18-2001 07:24 PM

1999 Bonny Doon Vineyard, Monterey County, Pinot Gris ($11.00). Perfectly clear straw yellow color. Crisply tart fruit on nose and tongue tip. A little more heft than your every day Pinot Grigio. Yet, still firm & sinewy like those from Alsace. All comes together with nice complexity and balanced acidity across the palate. Soft, but not bland, and a lovely finish. Mated nicely with take out turkey breast sandwiches, and potato salad.


- winoweenie - 10-19-2001 05:56 AM

Had a bottle of this last weekend on Shelter Island whilst munchin' on some Dungeness Crab.Agree it's a super food wine. Also had a bottle of Highbank Aussie 98 bordeaux blend that was a killer. No tasting notes as I was too busy watching the sail boats and talking to my buddy. I know I liked the sucker as I brought hame a box of it. WW


- Thomas - 10-19-2001 11:44 AM

By my count, that's the third white wine that ww admits to liking. The mighty are falling!!!