I recently tasted through several white and rosé wines from Karamoor Estate in Fort Washington, PA (that I purchased from their website and had shipped to my home). Here are some quick thoughts:
Karamoor Estate Rosé 2018 ($24)
Nicely balanced. Fully watermelon Jolly Rancher up front, but enough acid and just a touch of tannin on the finish. Tasty and enjoyable.
Karamoor Estate Pinot Gris 2018 ($24)
Clean and crisp. Slightly underripe; a touch of green as it warms. This drinks more like an Italian-style “Grigio,” though Karamoor winemaker Kevin Robinson tells us that the 2019 vintage should provide a richer, lusher wine that better matches the “Gris” moniker. That said, this was still my favorite white of the bunch — just so easy to drink and lovely on a warm evening.
Karamoor Estate Sauvignon Blanc 2018 ($24)
Nice balance of new and old worlds here; lots of fruit up front, but plenty of acid to balance. A solid effort.
Karamoor Estate Chardonnay 2017 ($32)
The combination of some oak with slightly unripe fruit gives a rather harsh sensation here. Drinkable but otherwise forgettable.