The Other Wine Co. Pinot Gris 2021 Reviews 

Adelaide Hills. Surprisingly generous this year, with a suggestion of residual sugar to fill out the palate, complementing the ripe pear fruit. Simple flavours, crisp enough, but not much beyond that, although the palate stretches out through the finish. Solid, drink-me- now fuller style Gris. Andrew Graham, Oz Wine Review

The Other Wine Co. Pinot Gris 2019 Reviews 
Crunchy orchard fruit and pink flowers on the nose with some more fleshy, textual fruit on the palate, guava and apricot, perhaps. Neatly spiced with a good richness that’s countered with a drive of tangy, apple-y acid. Morgan Dunn, The Australian 

Adelaide Hills is the home of The Other Wine Co’s big brother Shaw & Smith – so no surprise they are diving into the world of Pinot Gris. And this is a good one, showing both power and complexity.

It has lifted pear tartin, touch of spice and floral fruits in a bright and fruit forward style – no need to wait for this wine to come around as it is ready to go right now. It has a great combination of crisp and quite zippy acidity combined with with some textural richness. It’s also juicy and generous, with a touch of grip and a little sweetness to finish. Great package that is built to please. 92 points, Angus Hughson 

The Other Wine Co. Pinot Gris 2017 Reviews 

Very light yellow colour. The aromas are subtle and faintly almond-like, while the palate is soft and fruity and has a trace of sweetness, which just leavens it a bit. A very attractive drink; clean, fresh and bright. Huon Hooke

Mouth-watering flavours with a zippy line of acidity. Bright and textural with lemon freshness. There is a contemporary savoury edge that adds interest and intrigue. Slides down easily. Toni Paterson.

The Other Wine Co. Pinot Gris 2015 Reviews

Wow, a gris I agree with! Most sav blanc-ish, which is usually more a grigio-ish thing than grisly. That's more g's than you can eat, but try it anyway. 8.8/10, Max Crus