2021 Pinot Blanc

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Pear, tangerine and ginger on the nose lead to a juicy, rounded palate of honeydew melon, green apple, Cara Cara orange and a river rock freshness.

Review this wine


92 Points

“The 2021 Pinot Blanc is bursting with aromas of white peach, quince, honeycomb and flint with spicy undertones. The palate’s broad, savory mouthfeel is countered by mouthwatering freshness, and it has a long, textural finish.”

Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate (May 2023)

92 Points

“Fruit from estate hillside vineyards is whole-cluster pressed and cold-fermented in small, stainless-steel tanks. The freshness is apparent starting with a complex, voluptuous nose of green apple and just-squeezed oranges. Racy acidity works with hints of cashew, green tea, and pineapple.”

The Tasting Panel Magazine (July/August 2022)

Impressive Balance

Rich and creamy up front, I would have sworn this was chardonnay until I looked later at the label. Notes of buttery vanilla are paired with a bright lemon curd note and a hint of grassiness, adding a gentle earthiness to the wine — and a slightly saline quality — that ultimately gives it an impressive balance. There’s not a ton of complexity here, yet it never feels like a “simple” experience.

Drinkhacker (February, 2023)

90 Points

“The aromas are generous, with notes of apple, pear, star fruit and candle wax. The palate is flavorful, medium bodied but deft, with a mixture of tree and tropical fruit.”

Wine Enthusiast (August, 2022)

92 Points

“2021 Elk Cove Pinot Blanc- The 2021 Elk Cove Pinot Blanc was sourced from vines aged up to 28 years as this was whole-cluster pressed and then aged in stainless steel tanks prior to bottling. Kiwi and starfruit tones collide with minerals and stony undertones on this downright delicious flavor profile. Nicely textured, this beautiful effort is best enjoyed over the next several years.”

Owen Bargreen (March, 2022)