Maryhill Winery 2013 Winemaker’s White, Columbia Valley, $12

By on March 21, 2015

maryhill-winery-winemaker-white-nv-bottleBest Buy! Pinot Gris (45%), Semillon (39%) and Sauvignon Blanc (12%) drive the nature for this latest edition of one of Washington’s largest bottlings of a proprietary white wine. (Last year’s blend led with Chardonnay.) Richard Batchelor and his team produced a clean, bright and straight-forward drink with nice notes of pear and Golden Delicious apple with touches of tangerine, butter and lemon oil. Enjoy with summertime fare.

Rating: Recommended

Production: 8,788 cases

Alcohol: 12.5%

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  1. I have visited your tasting room… Love it. Me ? i like most wines That taste of something other than bitter Chardonay. sp.. I,ve made wine for about 30 years as a hobby .. Always picked the grapes , berrys, plumbs. by hand. Your M.H. mascoto grape is like eating fresh honey but yet refreshing. your reds are awsome.. I bought this white blend to have with some fresh oyster shooters..& yes i have the best recipe for them also.Keep up your great work.

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