Lot 631 | 2017 Willamette Valley
90 pts, Gold Medal, & Pinot Gris/Pinot Grigio of the Year, Somm Choice Awards 2019; Gold Medal, 2019 Denver Int'l Wine Competition; Our first Pinot Gris release in almost a decade! Pure Oregon class from an iconic Willamette estate.
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- Willamette Valley
- Pinot Gris
- Alcohol by Volume
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- Now through 2024
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A varietal made famous by its knockout expressions in Alsace, Pinot Gris has found a perfect home in Oregon, which has firmly established itself as ground zero for what many industry insiders consider the best growing region for elegant Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, and Chardonnay in the country.
Sourced from an iconic family-owned Oregon estate with certified biodynamic vineyards, Lot 631 was fermented in stainless steel and received four months of sur lie aging, resulting in a gorgeous, mouthwatering expression of one of Oregon’s signature varietals. Almost a decade has passed since we’ve released a Pinot Gris/Pinot Grigio - with quality like this at a phenomenal price, it was worth the wait!
great for the price!
very good, very happy
I live in the Willamette Valley and have had many Pinot Gris and this is right up there with the best! Wondering if its the same grapes that King Estates uses
Evaluation of Pinot Gris
Delicious light pinot gris that compliments chicken, fish, or just for cocktail consumption. With spring here it is a real treat!
great great daily drinker
Great with spicy seafood
Crisp taste with smooth finish perfectly balance our spicy seafood dishes!
Crispy and light
A very nice Pinot Gris. Light and crisp but with great flavor. I usually do not drink whites but I tried this and enjoyed it. The white wine drinkers I shared it with enjoyed this Gris.
Light and crisp. Goes great with seafood.
Wonderful Pinot Gris!
This wine compares with the best Pinot Gris that we have served!
Delicious, light wine; so smooth with a bit of lemon zest. One of my favorite whites. Will buy more!
Hits ya right in the Pinots
Spectacular wine. Served with a lighter shrimp dish the other night for dinner. Spicy seafood, was paired beautifully.