This is in the vanguard of great Pinot Gris in this country...
Gary Walsh (The Wine Front)
About The Wine
If you thought Pinot Gris was a white grape, then you need to try this. The Brian Gris was picked three weeks after the Pinot Noir for the Brian wines. By this point, the skins turn purple, morphing from a simple white grape to a fascinating red!
From there, the fruit spent six weeks on skins and was bottled unfined, unfiltered and with zero sulphur. This is a cloudy, funky, chewy wine that's not for the faint of heart.
This is the most utterly smashable version of the Brian Gris to date. Gary Walsh named it, "in the vanguard of great Pinot Gris in this country..." in his 95 point review.
A little outrageous and outrageously delicious. All the things we've come to expect from the Brians.