Griffin Creek 2001 Pinot Gris (Rogue Valley)

At first the nose is innocuous, but with patience you get some pear and vanilla. But with this wine first impressions are correct; the palate is flat as a board with only distant dried stone-fruit flavors. There's just no life or zip to speak of. Maybe it's too warm for Pinot Gris in southern Oregon. —M.S. Michael Schachner

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