Oregon Pinot Gris
This Stoneridge Vineyard estate grown wine is made in an Alsatian style and represents the qualities consistent with its soil type, Saum Silt Loam, a very deep, well drained soil that formed in basalt colluvium. Pairs great with just about anything, but our favorites are fresh fish and seafood, veggies and salads, and soft cheese.
Our Stoneridge Vineyard grapes are LIVE certified and Salmon Safe. We are proud to be one of only 321 vineyards to receive one of the highest certifications in the world for viticulture under the LIVE certification. Using the latest in internationally accredited and evolving standards, LIVE ensures that certified wineries and vineyards are "minimizing environmental impacts, preserving agricultural fertility, and sustaining economic viability for generations to come." As one of 350 Salmon Safe vineyards, we focus on reducing runoff and enhancing native biodiversity on our property, which means we make a conscious decision to avoid pesticides that would be harmful downstream.
2017 Pinot gris
Production: 75 kegs, 529 cases
Tasting Notes: Begins with aromatics of white flowers, hard candy, stone fruits, and honey while the round and balanced palate of peach, Asian pear, and exotic spices finishes seamlessly.
2016 Pinot gris
Production: 58 kegs, 60 cases
Tasting Notes: Orange blossom and white peach aromas lead to a juicy palate of plums, sweet citrus and minerality.
2015 Pinot gris
Residual Sugar: 8.5 g/L
Production: 1000 cases
Tasting Notes: Opens with aromatics of lemon zest, stone fruits and honey. The palate shows great length and a creamy texture filled with notes of sweet pineapple and exotic spices.
2014 Pinot Gris
Residual Sugar: 4.5 g/L
Production: 390 cases
Tasting Notes: Pear and white flower aromas on the nose. It is fresh on the front palate but finishes soft and long.