It\'s only $14, but there\'s just not enough going on this wine to make it worth more than $10. Sure, it features grapefruit, Meyer lemon, pear and vanilla. But, what about terroir? What about something that can separate this wine from any New World Pinot Gris?
Anyway, if you do buy this wine, open it for a backyard barbecue, with skewered shrimp and skewered ahi tuna marinated in an Asian marinade.