(From 2008 Vintage) This straightforward, fruit effort is bright, tart, and full of lemon and melon flavors, with a touch of spice for added interest.
Awesome stuff. The Wine Advocate says about this Pinot Gris: "One of the finest Oregon Pinot Gris I have ever tasted is Elk Cove’s 2002. Melon balls, spices, white peaches, and honey can be found in its extravagant aromas. Medium-bodied and well-balanced, it slathers the palate with creamed apples and currants. This is a rich, lush, medium-bodied wine with excellent grip and depth." The Pinot Gris has intense aromas of a tropical nature (lychee, kiwi, passionfruit), with hints of melon. On the ...