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St Julian Riesling/Pinot Grigio Mixed (6)

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Last Wooter to Woot:
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Last Purchase:
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Top 31% of all Woots
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Top 27% of all Woots

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Cesare


quality posts: 1562 Private Messages Cesare

St. Julian Reserve Riesling/Pinot Grigio Mixed 6-Pack
$59.99 $97.00 38% off List Price
2012 Reserve Riesling, Lake Michigan Shore
2012 Reserve Pinot Grigio, Lake Michigan Shore
CT links above

Winery website

-il Cesare
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“In the entire world there are only a few sounds that bring joy to all but the most jaded. One is the murmur of a kitten purring. Another is the thwack of a well-pitched baseball hitting a perfectly swung bat. And the third is the pop of a cork being pulled from a bottle of wine.” —George Taber

mrsjhaye


quality posts: 16 Private Messages mrsjhaye

Both of these used to be my favorite go to summer wines for everyday but I have pretty much given up on West Virginia ever getting added back to the list of ship to's. I certainly have saved a bunch of money over the past year or so; thanks Woot! Thinking of just becoming a beer drinker instead.

lionel47


quality posts: 3 Private Messages lionel47
mrsjhaye wrote:Both of these used to be my favorite go to summer wines for everyday but I have pretty much given up on West Virginia ever getting added back to the list of ship to's. I certainly have saved a bunch of money over the past year or so; thanks Woot! Thinking of just becoming a beer drinker instead.



I've turned to mixed drinks. Georgia might as well be the Republic of Georgia as far a Woot Wine is concerned. My cellar is not what it used to be and Woot is to blame.

When will Georgia return? Will I be notified?

cortot20


quality posts: 130 Private Messages cortot20

I am interested here since my dad loves Riesling and wife loves PG and the price is nice. No CT notes, no community notes. No winery participation. Maybe I am just spoiled but these things really help.

CT

ROGETRAY


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lionel47 wrote:I've turned to mixed drinks. Georgia might as well be the Republic of Georgia as far a Woot Wine is concerned. My cellar is not what it used to be and Woot is to blame.

When will Georgia return? Will I be notified?


mrsjhaye wrote:Both of these used to be my favorite go to summer wines for everyday but I have pretty much given up on West Virginia ever getting added back to the list of ship to's. I certainly have saved a bunch of money over the past year or so; thanks Woot! Thinking of just becoming a beer drinker instead.



If your curious about shipping restrictions and updates you can check the following links for further info/notifications:

-ShipCompliantBlog.com

-Shipping Update Thread: Wine.Woot

-FreetheGrapes.org

rjquillin


quality posts: 168 Private Messages rjquillin
cortot20 wrote:I am interested here since my dad loves Riesling and wife loves PG and the price is nice. No CT notes, no community notes. No winery participation. Maybe I am just spoiled but these things really help.

I'd grab one each from you.
Enjoyed most all the St. Julian we've seen here before.

CT

jnv23


quality posts: 2 Private Messages jnv23

I've tried both of these! The pinot grigio was a nice dry wine with a crisp flavor. At the winery tasting, I remember comparing the pinot grigio with the pinot gris and preferring the pinot gris, but I usually prefer pinot gris over pinot grigio anyway.

The riesling is great. I'd classify it as off-dry, which makes it a little drier than most rieslings I've had. It has a crisp, fruity flavor.

I would highly recommend this deal. Both are good wines at a great price.

kylemittskus


quality posts: 229 Private Messages kylemittskus
jnv23 wrote:I've tried both of these! The pinot grigio was a nice dry wine with a crisp flavor. At the winery tasting, I remember comparing the pinot grigio with the pinot gris and preferring the pinot gris, but I usually prefer pinot gris over pinot grigio anyway.

The riesling is great. I'd classify it as off-dry, which makes it a little drier than most rieslings I've had. It has a crisp, fruity flavor.

I would highly recommend this deal. Both are good wines at a great price.



Pinot Gris = Pinot Grigio.

"If drinking is bitter, change yourself to wine." -Rainer Maria Rilke

"Champagne is a very kind and friendly thing on a rainy night." -Isak Dinesen

kaolis


quality posts: 27 Private Messages kaolis
kylemittskus wrote:Pinot Gris = Pinot Grigio.



St. Julian makes a wine labeled Pinot Grigio, the wine offered here, as well as a wine labeled as Pinot Gris. The Gris is under their Braganini Reserve offering. So if you are at the winery, good chance you would be presented with both. ;)

That and although the grapes are the same Pinot Gris typically different in style from Pinot Grigio.