A pale yellow...almost clear. Lovely nose of pear, pineapple, and honeydew. Apple, pear, kiwi, and melon on the palate. Mild acidity, short finish with notes of honey. Lack of complexity means it can't quite hit the 88 mark. Four Graces is better for the dollar range.
Purchased from restaurant wine list. On the nose, pear, apple, and some flowers. On the palate, relatively thin, with pear, apple and maybe a hint of apricot, with a relatively short finish with a bit of spice. Not very concentrated, moderate acidity. I like the Chehalem better.
Pinot Family (Farpointe Cellar): This wine was fantastic. The nose had wonderful pear and apple aromas that were paired with some spice and floral notes. The palate had the same fruit and spices as the nose, as well as some wet stone flavors. The acidity was nice and the finish long and tasty.