2011 Seven Hills Pinot Gris Oregon

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Melrose vineyard in the umpkua Valley but they just use Oregon label. Very fresh style with green apple fruit, wet stone like minerality.with notes of white flowers. Fresh and light on the tongue with a dry finish, short but clean. Finish 25 Very Good


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