1997 Sokol Blosser Pinot Gris
Pinot Gris is quickly becoming Oregon's second most talked about wine, right after Pinot Noir. The grape grows well on Oregon's hillsides, and makes a flavorful wine that is food friendly and a nice alternative to Chardonnay. Pinot Gris, like Pinot Noir, goes well with a range of foods. It has enough body to complement flavorful fish and light meats, and enough delicacy for shellfish and salads.