Gray Monk Estate Winery Pinot Blanc 2008
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Gray Monk Estate Winery Pinot Blanc 2008 Wine Review
A very subtle wine with delicate aromas of white melon. Not heavy or fruity. Clean and crisp. Nice aperitif. 4.4/5 Pinot Blanc food pairings: organic greens tossed with sun-dried cranberries, fresh herb dressing and asiago.
This Gray Monk Estate Winery Pinot Blanc 2008 was reviewed August 17, 2010 by Natalie MacLean
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|The grapes used in the Gray Monk 2008 Pinot Blanc were harvested between 20 and 21 Brix from vineyards in both northern and southern Okanagan Valley. The juice was fermented in stainless steel tanks using a yeast that enhances flavour development.|
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