Pinot noir usually needs a year or two to show its best, so
it's no wonder many of the 2013s in this tasting tasted
better a day or two after they were opened when they'd
mellowed and integrated a little.
This group of wines turned up with a couple of PGR blends -
pinot gris, riesling and gewurztraminer. These three aromatic
grapes can work well together, with the fullness of pinot
gris balanced by the liveliness of riesling.