The Eyrie Vineyards Original Vines Pinot Gris 2014

9.217 ratings on Delectable

Ratings on Delectable

Liz Hale Delectable Pro

Whoa....what?! So complex, slightly nutty with pulsing acid, finish that keeps changing with each sip. If you can find it I highly suggest it.

Whoa....what?! So complex, slightly nutty with pulsing acid, finish that keeps changing with each sip. If you can find it I highly suggest it.

9.5

Melissa M. Sutherland Delectable Pro

Importer Winebow Wines

This project is up my street. Alsace analogue.

This project is up my street. Alsace analogue.

9.3

John Howard Delectable Pro

Harvest production at Hirsch and Cobb Wineries

Wow!!

Wow!!

9.3

Ed Lehrman Delectable Pro

2014 from magnum-- pretty tasty and not very expensive. Grew up drinking the wine from these vines when they were young! Could use more time in bottle, but alas...

2014 from magnum-- pretty tasty and not very expensive. Grew up drinking the wine from these vines when they were young! Could use more time in bottle, but alas...

9.0

Scott Evans Delectable Pro

Sommelier/Owner Pago & Finca

Absolutely stunning. Complex and full of tertiary goodness we all want from excellent wine. Stoked I grabbed three cases for Pago!

Absolutely stunning. Complex and full of tertiary goodness we all want from excellent wine. Stoked I grabbed three cases for Pago!

9.4

Tom Elliot Delectable Pro

Founder Northwest Wines

Top Grosses Gewächs (Grand Cru) quality. Bosc pear, ginger root, sea salt. Distinguished and distinctive. Drink now to 2035 or beyond, depending on cellar conditions.

Top Grosses Gewächs (Grand Cru) quality. Bosc pear, ginger root, sea salt. Distinguished and distinctive. Drink now to 2035 or beyond, depending on cellar conditions.

9.5

Ben Leger Delectable Pro

One of the coolest domestic whites I've ever had. From the original Pinot Gris vines planted in Oregon. #ilovelett #original #oregon #pinotgris

One of the coolest domestic whites I've ever had. From the original Pinot Gris vines planted in Oregon. #ilovelett #original #oregon #pinotgris

romo

Large format.

Large format.

9.2

Keith Levenberg

This was *extremely* fizzy, foaming up like a carbonated soft drink, but fortunately I was able to shake it out. It's very different from the 2012 vintage I had last year - deeper in color, taking on an almost rose-gold tint in the glass, with flavors in a commensurately deeper register. This seems as close as you can get to extracting some of the skin flavors of pinot gris without actually making a skin-contact wine. There are some ginger and pepper notes (and of course a sharp slice of acidity) adding some high tones to a profile that's otherwise in a very low octave for a white wine.

This was *extremely* fizzy, foaming up like a carbonated soft drink, but fortunately I was able to shake it out. It's very different from the 2012 vintage I had last year - deeper in color, taking on an almost rose-gold tint in the glass, with flavors in a commensurately deeper register. This seems as close as you can get to extracting some of the skin flavors of pinot gris without actually making a skin-contact wine. There are some ginger and pepper notes (and of course a sharp slice of acidity) adding some high tones to a profile that's otherwise in a very low octave for a white wine.

9.0

Luke Bishop

mind blown

mind blown

9.5