2010 was a good year for making crisp, lively whites. This Pinot Gris responded very well to the cooler weather and gave Montinore stone and citrus fruits with a lingering minerality. Though the alcohol is lower that in 2009,
this Gris still features a good mouthfeel to go along with its bright acidity.
As people have come to expect from of Pinot Gris, the 2010 is an excellent food wine, pairing well with anything from salads to grilled chicken.