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Certainly an interesting take on pinot gris, and a lot of complexity here for the price. That said, I'm not really sold on the idea of oak-aging this particular varietal. For me, sipping it conjured up an absurdly fruity oaked chardonnay. I often think of pinot gris/grigio as a kind of fruit salad in a glass, and the oak doesn't seem to complement that abundant fruitiness overly well. Chardonnay, on the other hand, is less overtly fruity and has other characteristics that the oak can meld with beautifully. To each his own!