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91 points James Suckling: "Aromas of sliced apples and salt with some pear skin follow through to a medium to full body, bright acidity and a fruity finish." (08/2019)
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92 points Wine Enthusiast: "There isn't another estate-based winery in Oregon that delivers such excellent wines at these prices. This textural, mineral-drenched wine hints at honeysuckle, lemongrass and fresh spring herbs. The fruit centers on white peach and peppery daikon radish. The balance, harmony, texture and length are impressive. (PG)" (01/2020) K&L Notes: While Oregon's out-of-the-way Rogue Valley may be new to you, Foris is no newcomer on the Pacific Northwest wine scene. Back in the mid-1990s, in fact, none other than critic Robert M. Parke...
Price: $12.95

This incredible bottle is a true unicorn Champagne--all Pinot Gris! This is the only Champagne that I have ever had made exclusively from this variety that is now nearly extinct in the region. While it is exotic on the nose, the back end is all Champagne minerality. A must try for the complete imbiber of Champagne, and a huge pleasure to drink! (Gary Westby, K&L Champagne buyer)
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Wine Enthusiast: "This savory white opens with aromas of peach blossom and ripe white stone fruit. The medium-bodied palate doles out creamy pear, honeydew melon and tangy acidity. (KO)" (08/2019) Wine Spectator: "Crisp and minerally, this light-bodied white features subtle notes of cut apple, spring blossom and stone. (AN, Web-2020)"
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William Allen is a wine blogger turned winemaker who founded Two Shepherds winery in 2010 and was later joined by partner Karen Daenen who heads up consumer research for one of the largest U.S. wineries. According to the winery,"Dolce and Sofia, our affable miniature Sicilian donkeys inspired this wine. Destemmed and left on the skins to start a native yeast fermentation, then after 5 days pressed to finish fermentation and aged in neutral French barrels. The 5 days of skin contact impart a copper hue, reminiscent of Italian Ramato. The taste is uniquely...
Price: $19.95

94 points James Suckling: " A layered and rich white with cooked-pear, apple and spice aromas and flavors. Pie crust. Full body. Creamy and flavorful with layers of fruit and nutmeg. Balanced. From biodynamically grown grapes. Drink now." (07/2019) 94 points Wine Enthusiast: "Gingerbread spice, candied lemon peel and pear meet on the vivid nose of this wine. The palate focuses on bright lemon. Concentration and tautness are spiked with sharp, aromatic notes of ginger and bundled pear. This wine is muscular but comes on tiptoe, carrying power but with e...
Price: $44.99

91 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2018 Pinot Gris contains small touches of Muscat and Gewürztraminer and is especially expressive this vintage, with inviting scents of Bosc pear, white peach, elderflower, green apple and crushed stone with a baker’s yeast hint. It’s medium-bodied with fresh fruits, a slightly rounded texture and juicy acidity, finishing long and flavorful. Drink through 2022. (EB)" (04/2020) 91 points Wine Enthusiast: "Tones of lemon, lime and green apple penetrate deeply on the nose and palate. It's tart and juicy, with a...
Price: $16.99

Kabaj (Ka-bye) have farmed their vineyards for many generations. When Katja Kabaj met French oenologist Jean-Michel Morel after his stint at an Italian winery, they fell in love and eventually married. Jean-Michel brought some of those Italian and French sensibilities to the winery along with his fondness for working with amphorae. Those who have tasted Kabaj whites know that these wines range from light to full skin contact for the whites. And that the "Sivi" Pinot Gris is truly intriguing. It's aged for two weeks on the skins and then for about a year ...
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Jeb Dunnuck: "The 2018 Pinot Gris is a pretty, juicy white that has lots of sweet green apple and citrus notes as well as a medium-bodied, balanced, charming style on the palate. It has plenty of sweet fruit and will be versatile on the dinner table." (03/2020) Wine Spectator: "Appealing lemon and lime aromas open to crisp but discreet flavors. Drink now. (TF, Web Only-2020)"
Price: $17.99

2017 Charles Baur Pinot Gris Alsace
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90 points Wine Enthusiast: "Vivid pear aromas arise immediately, signaling freshness and fruit. The palate sweeps in with fruity ease and pear flavors that are made pristine by bright lemon freshness. This wine is slender, appetizing, full fruited and dry. (AK)" (08/2019) Vinous: "Bright straw. Clean, fresh oatmeal, faded flowers and juicy apple on the nose and in the mouth. Finishes clean and crisp. Uncomplicated wine full of early appeal. (ID)" (02/2019)
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Winemaker's notes: "The grapes were hand harvested at 21.5° Brix. The fermentations of this wine were carried out by indigenous yeast and bacteria. It was quite tricky this time around though, it took over two weeks for the juice to start kicking off. One barrel finally started fermenting then some of juice from that barrel was used to inoculate the rest of the barrels. The fermentation of these barrels was not climate controlled in order to blow off fruity esters and lend to a more esoteric white wine. This wine only went through partial malolactic ferm...
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91 points Vinous: "Bright straw. Rich aromas and flavors of lychee, baked apple, orange peel and aromatic herbs. Juicy and ripe; the long, vibrant finish offers a hint of residual sweetness. Still a little closed, but this will likely improve further with another year or two in the bottle. About 70% bought and 30% estate grapes. I like this. (ID)" (01/2019) 90 points Wine Spectator: "Lithe and juicy, this well-balanced Pinot Gris is backed by sleek acidity that focuses the flavors of melon, pickled ginger, star fruit and mineral. Clean-cut finish. Dri...
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Wine Spectator: "This funky version is marked by flavors of apricot and tangerine zest. Apple strudel and thyme notes linger on the finish. (Web Only-2019)" K&L Notes: Wine production is but a part of the overall operation of the Michlits family's Demeter-certified biodynamic farm. They also raise over 300 head of Angus cattle, as well as numerous other crops. The Foam white is a sparkling, skin-fermented Pinot Gris "orange wine" from a somewhat wild-growing plot of vines.
Price: $26.99

90 points Wine Spectator: "Floral and pretty, with compelling nectarine and spiced pear flavors that dance on the finish. (TF, Web-2019)"
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91 points Vinous: "Very light yellow. Citrus pith and fresh orchard fruits on the assertively perfumed, incisive nose; hints of chamomile, jasmine and fennel emerge with air. Juicy and tightly focused in the mouth, offering bitter pear skin and Meyer lemon flavors that loosen up and put on weight on the back half. Finishes on a zesty orange pith note, showing strong persistence and lingering florality. (JR)" (01/2017) 91 points Wine Enthusiast: "This racy and leesy young wine offers fresh and crisp flavors of cucumber, celery, jicama and green apple. D...
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Comprised mostly of old-vine Pinot Gris with an extended maceration on skins. The rest of the blend is Riesling and Trousseau Gris all co-fermented together.
Price: $29.95

92 points Wine Enthusiast: "From the winery that introduced Pinot Gris to America, this is a full-bodied, fleshy and beautifully fruited wine, which delivers the same level of richness and complexity as many top-tier Chardonnays. Robust apple, white peach and green melon flavors are dappled with white pepper, or perhaps daikon radish. The finish seems to carry on indefinitely. (PG)" (10/2019) Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2017 Pinot Gris is scented of Bosc pear, spring blossoms, crushed stone, baker’s yeast and nutty accents. The palate is light-...
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92 points Wine Enthusiast: "With dynamic and complex expressions like this, it's a wonder why people started stripping the naturally pink hue that Pinot Gris provides. The pinkish orange wine delivers aromas of strawberry sorbet and rosebuds and then opens onto a palate of light raspberry and watermelon. There is ample tannic tension as well. *Editors' Choice* (MK)" (12/2019) K&L Notes: Pinot Gris sourced from the beautiful Eden Rift vineyard in Cienega Valley. Grown in a mix of decomposed granite and limestone soil, this aromatic variety excels here....
Price: $29.95

Winemaker's notes: "This is one of my favorite wines to make each year, because I believe that producing a truly stunning Pinot Gris is actually quite difficult. Modeled after an Alsatian style of PG, its focused on texture and elegance, with the perfect combination of richness and ultra bright acidity. My block at Spanish Springs is all very low yielding hillside fruit that grows in about 80% sand. 12 hours of skin contact precedes a very gentle pressing, followed by a slow fermentation in neutral oak barrels. Twice weekly lees stirring helps to build s...
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In the ever more popular category of skin contact white wines, Slovenia is a go-to country for reference-point examples of the kind of quality that is now populating the market. For a number of years now (since long before these wines were hip among the "cool kids"), Kabaj has been a standard bearer for the Goriska Brda appellation. The dense sandstone and slate soils are ideal for producing vibrant, electric, aromatic wines from the native white varietals of northern Italy and Slovenia. The Luisa, named for winemaker Jean-Michel Morel's grandmother, is ...
Price: $28.99

Reuilly is an appellation in the eastern part of France's Loire Valley (sometimes referred to as 'poor man's Sancerre') that is starting to get some real attention. Reuilly is blessed to share the same Kimmeridgian clay and limestone terroir with neighboring Sancerre and Chablis to the north, which explains where these wines get their mineral drive and precision. As prices for the more coveted regions creep up, savvy connoisseurs are finding great value the lesser-known, nearby appellations like Reuilly. The region produces unique rosés from Pinot Gris, ...
Price: $23.99

90 points Wine Enthusiast: "Although a whiff of pear appears on the nose of this wine, it is on the palate that the full pear fruit shines. Its tartness brings freshness to the concentrated, dry and powerful body. The finish is appetizing and clean. (AK)" (08/2019) James Suckling: "Plenty of dried yellow apples, poached pears and dried jasmine. Full-bodied and quite heavy with medium acidity and a fruity finish. Drink now." (07/2019)
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91 points Wine Spectator: "Notes of tobacco and thyme frame the core of apple and citrus flavors in this rather nuanced Pinot Gris. Features vibrant acidity that makes this stylish and energetic, while white tea detail adds to the charm on the savory finish. (AZ, Web Only-2019)"
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90 points Wine Enthusiast: "Effusive aromas of melon, Vaseline, kiwi and whole pineapple lead to full-bodied, well-balanced, broad-feeling flavors. It's a cornucopia of fruit, while never getting overweighted. *Editors' Choice* (SS)" (03/2020)
Price: $13.95

Bid on this bottle of 1994 Zind-Humbrecht Pinot Gris Rotenberg Vendange Tardive (98RP). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 1994 Tokay-Pinot Gris Rotenberg V.T. is a medium dark golden-colored wine, with high levels of botrytis and alcohol, awesome richness and thickness, and a chewy, unctuous palate that finishes with slight to moderate sweetness. It needs 4-5 years of cellaring, but it should keep for 25-30. I tasted four Vendange Tardive Pinot Gris offerings from the Domaine Zind-Humbrecht in 1994. Almost all were made from yields that averaged one-half to just over a ton of fruit per acre! Their alcohol levels are in the 15%+ range. Readers should recognize that all of these wines take concentration, extract, intensity, alcohol, purity, and mouth-savoring characteristics to the maximum. In short, they represent the essence of great winemaking - tiny yields from profoundly well-placed vineyards, spectacular concentration and balance, and the potential for 25-30+ years of ageability
Starting Bid: $60.00

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