14 Hands Hot To Trot White Blend 2010, Washington Sate
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The 14 Hands ‘Hot to Trot’ White 2010 is composed of mainly Chardonnay, Pinot Gris, Viognier and small amounts of other white grape varieties, of which small portion was aged in neutral oak barrels. It is a light to medium bodied wine, with light aromas of washed stones, subtle oak and coconut, light pear and citrus. It is dry, has a food friendly acidity and a medium finish. Drink this wine with food at dinner parties; ready to drink now and will be for the next 2-3 years. Score 87-88 pts. Tasted Nov/12.
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A blend of Chardonnay, Pinot Gris, & Viognier this wine is very refreshing and loaded with fruit. It shows lots of green apple, lemon, peach, and a hint of residual sugar as the Viognier shines through. A simple, simple, wine that would be great to host with and great to drink a lot of.
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