Time to get it on with this amazing Pinot Grigio.
Deliciously refreshing, overflowing with apples, limes and thirst quenching drinkability, it’s the one that you want!
Crank up the tunes. Good times.
WBM Magazine, January/February 2020, Mike Bennie, page 79. 92 points
This does ‘Grigio’ as a concept great justice. While there’s whiffs of riper pear and nashi pear character, the palate is tangy and grassy, crisp and refreshing, lean and pretty, though still shows the DNA of green pear expected from the variety. It’s a straight up pleasure to drink, ticking many boxes for many humans.
WBM Magazine, March/April 2016, Tyson Stelzer, page 90. 92 points
An elegant, refined and classic Pinot Grigio impeccably crafted to capture the crunchy nashi pear, lemon and grapefruit of the cool Adelaide Hills. It has excellent length and refreshing versatility.
Winefront, Mike Bennie, December 2015. 89 points
Great label on this wine. Has the aesthetic of a record label on the back, or at least the kind of layout you’d find on an album sleeve. They don’t do things by halves at First Drop. Grigio from the Adelaide Hills. Whiffs of smoke, white pear, pepper and cucumber. Juicy in the palate, more of the firm, white flesh pear flavour-spectrum, cut with tangy acid fringes. Dry finish. It’s not changing the world of grigio but it’s doing a good job of feeling easy to drink. I’d like a plate of salt and pepper squid with this.