Pinot Gris often gets left out in a place where its close cousin, Pinot Noir, gets all the hype. But we think you’ll love this richly textured white, crafted from carefully chosen vineyards in the coolest parts of the Willamette Valley.
Tasting Notes: Lime, thyme, and nectarine
2014 – 90 POINTS 'Best Buy'
Lightly tawny in color, with a fresh and enlivening mouthfeel, this is a good pinot gris for salmon, halibut or even swordfish. Pear flesh and skin, white peach and a hint of spice are all in play.
- Wine Enthusiast