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Apr 01, 2016
The Oregon Wine Press tasting panel blind tasted a large selection of Pinot Gris for their April Cellar Selects tasting and our 2014 Pinot Gris was honored.
Spring signals sunnier skies, satisfying sips
As daffodils and tulips signal the start of spring, why not join in on a jump start to the season with some local Pinot Gris? Tropical fruit and floral aromas are the perfect accompaniment to longer days and lighter meals. And the price point for this pretty varietal leaves more in the wallet for that upcoming summer vacation.
Maryhill 2014 Columbia Valley Pinot Gris
Initial aromas of wet stone, tropical fruit and sandalwood let you know you are in for something a bit different; and the palate does not disappoint with subtle flavors of fresh-cut grass and green herbs. Its complex structure signals a serious stature while notes of candied pineapple keep it fun. Finishes long and clean. $16; 4,910 cases Visit shop.maryhillwinery.com to purchase this award-winning wine or visit Oregon Wine Press to view the full list of April Cellar Selects.
The Oregon Wine Press tasting panel has selected the following wines based on overall quality and value within their respective categories. To the best of our knowledge, they are currently available in the marketplace. Wine must be: 1) produced by an Oregon winery; 2) priced (retail) $30 or less for reds, $30 or less for Chardonnay, $30 or less for dessert and sparkling wines, and $25 or less for remaining varietals; and 3) currently available to consumers. Recommended wines were selected using a double-blind method and a 20-point ranking system for appearance, aroma, taste, balance and finish.