The Adelaide Hills is regarded as one of the leading regions for pinot gris in the country, vying with Mornington Peninsula for the national crown. What makes the Adelaide Hills standout is the sheer delicacy of fruit. And while 2020 was not the easiest vintage this wine has retained that trademark local subtlety combined with delicious drinkability. Pale in colour, the fruit is open and generous with gently aromatic pear, apple and citrus plus an intriguing musky, spicy edge. It is followed by a palate that balances a slightly creamy texture with fine acidity to support a lingering finish. It is a subtle pinot gris style with only 13% alcohol so best enjoyed lightly chilled with seafood linguine.