Pike Road Vineyard Willamette Valley Pinot Gris 2015

$18

Oregon : Willamette Valley Pinot Gris MEDIUM-BODIED, RIPE ORCHARD FRUIT, HONEY, NO OAK Ripe orchard fruits with just a hint of honey on the nose and palate. Crisp and refreshing acidity that cuts through the bite of spicy meals, or just for everyday drinking.

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Ratings on Delectable

Seth Eli Barlow Delectable Pro

A great value wine, waxy mouth feel with a heavy notes of pineapple and banana flavoring. I would believe you if you told me this was grown in California vs Oregon. Super extracted and ripe. Not a bad thing, per se, but it shows exactly what price point this is made for.

A great value wine, waxy mouth feel with a heavy notes of pineapple and banana flavoring. I would believe you if you told me this was grown in California vs Oregon. Super extracted and ripe. Not a bad thing, per se, but it shows exactly what price point this is made for.

8.0

Christine Havens Delectable Pro

Glinting straw yellow and laden with aromatics of d'Anjou pear, lemon curd, petrichlor, lily of the valley, and a lilting top note of cinnamon stick. The 2015 Pike Road Pinot Gris is winsome and engaging with a light crisp palate that offers almost as much complexity as the nose. Honeydew melon emerge on the back palate, lightly tinged in minerality and spice. This is a really nice example of an Oregon Pinot Gris. 13.5% ABV | Sample

Glinting straw yellow and laden with aromatics of d'Anjou pear, lemon curd, petrichlor, lily of the valley, and a lilting top note of cinnamon stick. The 2015 Pike Road Pinot Gris is winsome and engaging with a light crisp palate that offers almost as much complexity as the nose. Honeydew melon emerge on the back palate, lightly tinged in minerality and spice. This is a really nice example of an Oregon Pinot Gris. 13.5% ABV | Sample

8.9

Elizabeth Smith Delectable Pro

While counting and reorganizing wine today, i discovered the 2015 Pike Road Wines Pinot Gris, Willamette Valley ($15, sample) while looking for something to pair with a pork chop, which works well with both white and softer, fruitier red wines. I tasted this and holy moly! This wine reminds me why I should seek out more Pinot Gris (after I've made room in my closet). Its luscious aromas and flavors of tropical fruits, sour apple, lime, and spice, are just what I needed.

While counting and reorganizing wine today, i discovered the 2015 Pike Road Wines Pinot Gris, Willamette Valley ($15, sample) while looking for something to pair with a pork chop, which works well with both white and softer, fruitier red wines. I tasted this and holy moly! This wine reminds me why I should seek out more Pinot Gris (after I've made room in my closet). Its luscious aromas and flavors of tropical fruits, sour apple, lime, and spice, are just what I needed.

8.8

Lisa Owens

2015 vintage

2015 vintage

8.9

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    New York, NY 10128

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