Monday, 6 July 2015

Oxford Landing Pinot Grigio 2015

Of the two Oxford Landing samples I had a look at, I did prefer this Pinot Grigio. As much as the Sauvignon Blanc has some bargain factor about it, this asserts that tag firmly.

Interestingly, this wine was wild yeast fermented, not something you get with many wines under $10. Three months on lees has added some texture. There's plenty of pear and melon to keep you interested. In all, it's a fresh and very approachable wine for the money offering neat refreshment. A bargain.

Good.

Region: Riverland
RRP: $9
Source: Sample

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