- Light gold color. It's in total harmony with a light body. Juicy texture with a long finish - Excellent fun to drink wine. We really like king Estates. This had a great fruit forward but not too tart,a nice dry finish that lasted
The wine looks Straw colored. The legs are Medium. It smells like Honeysuckle, Apple, Orange, Pineapple, and Grapefruit. It tastes like Apricot, Apple, Mango, Pineapple, Grapefruit, and Peach. The body is Medium with slight effervescence. The wine has Smooth texture. The wine finishes Medium with a slight apricot aftertaste. Pairs will with almost everything we tried! Not complex.
Tasted at Brix Midtown Crossing in Omaha. Nose: Medium expressiveness, white flowers, earth, and lemon. Palate: Medium bodied, sweet citrus fruit attack, creamy mouth-feel, zesty mid-palate. Finish: Medium length dominated by zesty citrus flavors.
Not bad for a $13 impulse buy at Costco. I’ve had better (honestly, much better) Oregon Pinot Gris — this one is channeling a bit too much Italian style for me, but it’ll work for Wednesday. Very light in style, it’s loaded with acidity, but manages to hang-on to balance. Salud!
Normally, King Estate Pinot Gris is one of my "go-to" white wines. This was our first 2011 vintage, and we weren't that excited about it. It was good, but not the usual exceptional we expect from King Estate Pinot Gris. The bouquet was light, but the taste and mouthfeel just okay.
Excellent Pinot Gris that is more in the herbal, mineral Italian style, rather than the more Alsatian style that is prevalent in New Zealand. Bone dry, mineral and herbal - this is refreshing and has fine acid balance and a nice lingering finish. Was excellent with roasted salmon and vegetables.
Always a very good sipper that goes well with d'horverves, snacks or on its own. One of the better and more consistent Pinot Gris producers in Oregon from year to year. Salty minerality, crisp citrus, and a nice finish.
Bright, clear, light straw color. Aromas of pear, stone fruit and some faint tangerine, with some minerality in the background. Medium mouthfeel displaying flavors of juicy pear and stony peach underscored with some saltiness on the finish. This will work well with a assortment of cheeses, baked seafood, broiled shellfish, or a hearty salad. Consistent producer style from year to year. A solid and enjoyable Pinot Gris.