Pinot Gris

Campbell Lane

Willamette Valley Pinot Gris 2018

Pale lemon in color with a green hue.

Nose of citrus, limes, green apples, white pepper and light earth.

Medium bodied with medium acidity. Crisp and refreshing.

Dry on the palate with limes, light grapefruits, green apples, white pepper and lemons.

Long finish with lemons and spices.

This is a very tasty Pinot Gris from Oregon. Nicely balanced with mild complexity. Not bitter nor tart. Love it.

This 3 year old is drinking very nicely now, and will be even better in a year or two.

Lemony and refreshing, and good by itself or with food.

Paired nicely with hardwood smoked Ahi Tuna and a gorgeous view by the lake.

12.9% alcohol by volume.

90 points.

— 19 days ago

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Peter Sultan

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Nice view!@"Odedi" Damn- do tell....

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Deux Punx

Rosé Pinot Gris 2020

Wine #2 of the evening and I think it was my favorite. Light, ideal rosé. — 15 days ago

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Joseph Cattin

Hatschbourg Alsace Grand Cru Pinot Gris 2017

2017 vintage. Golden color. Rich, tropical nose and medium sweetness. Apricot nectar big time. Also peach, mango, candied pineapple, golden apple, jasmine, pineapple upside down cake. Tasty, but a little more opulence than I was looking for. — 23 days ago

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Assiduous Wines

Regan Vineyard Pinot Gris 2019

Very nice, old world style, maybe a lil austere.

— 3 days ago

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Alain Vignot

Côte St-Jacques Bourgogne Pinot Gris 2020

Vintage 2020 | Impressed. Power and spicyness and light footed elegance. Curious, from Pinot Gris. Paired with Jamon de Bellota from Ibérico pigs. And homemade Cantonese Kow Low Yuk. — 18 days ago

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Tom Casagrande

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I didn’t even know they allowed Pinot Gris in Bourgogne!
Peter van den Besselaar

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@Tom Casagrande I believe this is the only grower who cultivates it, Tom
Sander Schaap

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Pinot Gris is allowed in quite a lot of appellations in Bourgogne. It's used mostly as "cépage accessoires" with pinot noir. For rosé it's allowed as "cépage principaux" in several appellations (eg generic Bourgogne and Yonne). But quite rare indeed.

Foris Vineyards

Southern Oregon Pinot Gris 2019

This is the Pinot Noir. Wild berry, ripe strawberry, forest floor, mushroom and nice acid. Great with salmon. — 9 days ago

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Domaine Zind Humbrecht

Turckheim Pinot Gris 2004

After 17 years it turned into this beauty: deep golden hue, green papaya, gingered apricot, yellow peach, honey, saffron, tons of Indian curry spices, Indian spiced butter, dried bay leaf, and wet stones. Finished long with the off dry honey musky notes well balanced with the phenolic bite, at moderate acidity. Paired well with our Turmeric Veggie Dal. — 20 days ago

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Foris Vineyards

Rouge Valley Pinot Gris 2019

Imagine biting into the freshest ripest most beautiful Granny Smith apple.. that’s the fruit on this wine. Add some flinty minerality, little bit of lemon zest and wham a baseball bat worths of acidity. Gorgeous pinot Gris. Bravo Foris. — 9 days ago


SUR MER Pinot Gris DOC CMD Murfatlar

Its actually Pinot Noir ... impossible to choose it and the experts from Delectable do not bother to ask ... Marvelous wine otherwise. — 4 days ago

Pierre Brecht

Alsace Pinot Gris 2018

Actually preferred it a bit colder, got very sweet as it warmed. Started with lots of pear. Yum — 7 days ago