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Planet Grape Wine Review - Mother's Day Wines

Mother’s Day is here and we know where we will be celebrating – at home! Why not make the best of it with a few well-selected wines that are sure to please the mom in your life or in your customer list – add any of these easily available wines to a curbside pick-up or delivery box.

The consensus here at Planet Grape Wine Review was to include a few brunch friendly esoteric and lighter whites as well as several fine and feminine Pinot Noirs, one of them a special selection by panelist Dr. Liz Thach, Master of Wine.

2019 Argento Pinot Grigio Cool Climate Selection Mendoza Argentina: $15
Light, crisp and very dry with notes of lemon, pink grapefruit, apricot, quinine and seashell.

2019 Garzon Albarino Reserva Garzon Uruguay: $19.99
Delicate, dry, gentle and fresh with notes of lemon zest, almond sliver, chamomile buds and chalk.


2019 Mettler Family Vineyards Albarino Lodi California:  $20
Silky, fresh, subtle and dry with notes of lemon pith, dried herbs and chamomile.


2019 Bonny Doon Vineyard Picpoul Beeswax Arroyo Seco Monterey California: $14.99
Light, crisp, bone dry and racy with notes of lemon curd, candied ginger, toasted coconut flake and sea salt.


2019 Bonny Doon Vineyard Le Cigare Blanc Central Coast California:  $19.99
Fresh, silky, dry and lighter than past releases with notes of lemon ice, quinoa, jicama and white rose.


2018 FEL Pinot Noir Anderson Valley Mendocino California: $38
Inviting aromas of dried strawberries and raspberry puree. Packed with ripe fruit, including black cherry pie, baking spices, and a hint of clove. Reviewed by Dr. Liz Thach, MW


2018 Laetitia Pinot Noir Estate Arroyo Grande Valley San Luis Obispo California: $27
Supple, ripe and dry with notes of cherry blueberry, blackberry, dark chocolate and vanilla.


2017 Lenne Pinot Noir South Slope Select Yamhill-Carlton Willamette Valley Oregon: $55
Elegant, chewy, tart and dry with notes of raspberry, strawberry, cherry, sage leaf, mushroom and cedar.


2014 Starmont Pinot Noir Carneros California: $27
Nearly full and lightly chewy with notes of cranberry, cherry, blueberry, mint leaf, cedar and nutmeg.


2017 Utopia Pinot Noir The Utopia Vineyard Ribbon Ridge Chehalem Mountains Willamette Valley Oregon: $48
Lean and tart with finely chewy texture and notes of cranberry, cherry, sage, mushroom, cedar and cinnamon.

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