Pinot Gris Reviews

Reviews for Pinot Gris 2009 - 90 points
"Similarly stylish to their Pinot Blanc, WillaKenzie’s Pinot Gris is more in the full-bodied Alsace style
rather than the lighter Italian Pinot Grigio rendition. ose who prefer absolutely dry wines will be
disappointed because of the ever so slight hint of sweetness. But its pear-like richness coupled with
good acidity makes it a marvelous choice for spicy dishes, roast pork or Southwestern cuisine."
"Light and fragrant, with fresh pear and spice avors, nishing on a citrusy note."

Reviews for Pinot Gris 2008
Wine & Spirits - 91 POINTS
"Leesy and bright, this forward gris leads with aromas of ripe apple and peach, accented by a bit of
nutmeg spice. Its avors are bright and broad at once; the texture is mouth lling and rich, yet the wine
retains a fresh, focused line from lively acidity." February 2010
Wine Spectator - 90 POINTS, e Value Diaries
"For the past year, I've been on a mission to seek out wines made from organic, biodynamic or sustainably farmed grapes. I look for the new Oregon Certied Sustainable Wine logo, now on 2008 whites and to be seen with more frequency on the 2008 Pinot Noirs coming this spring. For Pinot Gris, producers such as WillaKenzie make good quantities for $20 or less."
Dana Nigro, WS Senior Editor, Jan. 31 - Feb 28, 2010
Wine Spectator - 90 POINTS, Top Value
Harvey Steiman's Recommended Wines From Oregon
Jan. 31 - Feb. 28, 2010

The New York Times, Tasting Report: Oregon Pinot Gris
"juicy and herbaceous, with spicy, mineral avors."
Eric Asimov, February 3, 2010
Wine Spectator - 90 POINTS, SMART BUY
“is bright, juicy white oers avors of pineapple and melon that persist into the nish, which is long
and vivid.”
Harvey Steiman, November 9, 2009
Wine News - 91 POINTS
"Pale gold with lime green glints. Floral and green fruit aromas... Flavors of crisp green apple and
pear... Displays an appealing softness in the medium nish." - Tom Hyland, Fall 2009
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