From the Clare Valley sub-region of Sevenhill comes this tidy Pinot Gris made by Keeda Zilm.
A certified organic Pinot Gris from Stu Dudine. The Wild Dreams showcases his inventive hipster side. This is Pinot Gris for those who ride skateboards with their hats on backwards.
This is a really good drink. Keaton means where the hawks fly, so the back label tells me. Produced on the south coast of NSW, it was great to see this new label come across the Qwine tasting bench.
I'm going to be honest... I took a quick look at the label and severely mispronounced the name replacing the second A in Faraday with a K. Thank goodness things aren't that bad. This is an easy drinking Pinot Gris that will ensure your day is a happy one - not the one I thought it could be.
Here we go! Something fresh and left of centre from Wynn's. It's great to see traditional brands cut loose and offer a cheeky side. This is a self-described "red lovers white".
A Pinot Gris that rarely misses the mark, these Even Keel wines are well made. The re-vitalised labeling is pretty on the eye too - nicely done. Splash this in your glass and you'll feel a little bit fancy.
One of the longest names in wine label history. I reckon James Scarcebrook may be eyeing off the title from d'Arenberg's Chester Osborn. Here we have a textural and finely spiced Mornington Peninsula Pinot Grigio. There is a lot to like about this.