Tamar Ridge Pinot Gris 2008 (6 x 750mL), West Tamar, Tasmania RRP$25.99

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RRP $25.99

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100% Pinot Gris from our own vineyard located at Kayena on the West Tamar

TAS - Tasmania

Expert Reviews

A touch of spice and fruit on the finish. Good length with a pear profile...Very fruity and lifted. Quite varietal, almost Alsacian. Sweet and oily with lovely length...Sweet, perfumed nose with pear like fruit on the palate….Rich, ripe fruit tones… Tasting Panel – Karen McAllister, Sandy McKenzie, Scott McWilliam, Rob Geddes Drinks Trade Apr-09

Winery Tasting Notes


Bright pale straw.


Quite an aromatic nose with ripe pear fruit aromas, touches of green herbs and hints of nuttiness and an intriguing allspice complexity.


Like previous vintages of this wine the '08 shows excellend palate weight and structure. These is full, soft fruit flavours of ripe pear plus a level of nuttiness derived from time on yeast lees. The finish is clean and dry with good flavour persistence and just enough grip to add interest.

TAS - Tasmania
Grape Style
Pinot Grigio / Gris
Closure Type
Screwcap closure

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Tasmania continues to grow in stature as the centre of cool climate viticulture in Australia, renowned for the quality of its aromatic white wines, complex sparkling styles and textured Pinot Noir. The distinctive Devil’s Corner range is distinguished by three vital factors - its pure, cool climate characteristics, its accessibility in both price and style and its 100% sourcing from Tasmania’s Tamar Valley, one of the best and most versatile cool climate wine regions in Australia. With the varietal focus on Pinot Noir, Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay and meticulous care in both the vineyard and winery, the Devil’s Corner range offers a great introduction into the tastes and flavours of Tasmania.

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