2010 King Estate Pinot Gris Oregon

Community Tasting Note

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88 Points

Friday, September 2, 2011 - (13%) Bright tangerine and lime fruit with nice mineral and acidity (with a bit of pepper spice) on the back of the palate. Nice mouth feel; crisp and refreshing with a lively finish with tart green apple and lingering citrus fruit. None of the flabbiness I typically get on your average Oregon Pinot Gris and much more restrained (or is it just “less rich”) as well. At $13 this is money well spent. A nice wine at a reasonable price; replacing the Elk Cove Pinot Gris as the best I’ve had (and my new benchmark) to date from Oregon. I’ll buy again.

Wine Geek Notes: 82,500 cases made, fermented in 100% stainless steel

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  • Comment posted by RobertDwyer:

    9/3/2011 4:33:00 AM - Cool! Glad to see you enjoyed it too. Cheers!

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