Wine Review: 2011 Ponzi Willamette Valley Pinot Gris

Wine Review: 2011 Ponzi Pinot Gris, Willamette Valley, Oregon

The Ponzi Pinot Gris has attractive notes of apple in the nose with mouthwatering flavors of pear, lime, peach and mineral, leading to nice acidity that carries through to the finish. This wine has a touch of residual sugar (5.7g/L) that offers a pretty little palate dance when paired with crab cakes. It makes for a great pairing! 14,300 case production. Drink now.

Rating: Excellent (91) | $17 | 13.0% ABV

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7 Responses to “Wine Review: 2011 Ponzi Willamette Valley Pinot Gris”

  1. Desiree says:

    Thanks for the recommendation on this wine. You can become a wine influencer on, all you have to do is upload recommendations.

  2. Kinetico says:

    Sounds delicious, we’re always willing to try new wines

  3. Wes says:

    You know me, I am in with anything that is mouthwatering. I found it online and have a plan to serve it up with your crab cake recipe next weekend. Salute!


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