2016 Pinot Gris Featured in Wine Enthusiast Article

Crisp White Wines from Places You’d Never Expect

We are thrilled to see our 2016 Pinot Gris featured in a Wine Enthusiast Article!

“Wine drinkers are familiar with famous powerhouse regions that produce crisp white wines, like New Zealand’s Sauvignon Blanc, or Chablis. But equally refreshing whites are also produced in unlikely places. From Napa Valley Albariño to Willamette Pinot Gris and Beaujolais Blanc, these are the places and bottles you should look to this spring to up your white wine game.”

Winter’s Hill 2016 Pinot Gris (Dundee Hills); $19, 89 points. The winery makes a trio of Pinot Gris, this one fermented entirely in stainless steel. It’s clean and fresh, mountain spring over rock, with green apple and jicama fruit. There’s a tension to it, and it’s well-defined and taut through the finish. —P.G.

You can read the full article here.

2016 Pinot Gris
Retail: $19
3 & 6 Bottle Club: $16.15
12 Bottle Club: $15.20

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