The 2013 Willamette Valley Pinot Gris by Territorial Vineyards is a phenomenal example of what Oregon Pinot Gris can be. Pair this wine with a delicious recipe from Rosa Mariotti! Cheers!
Willamette Valley Vineyards has done it again! Try the 2013 Pinot Gris, it is worth every sip at only $15 a bottle.
My readers already know that I love wine, but occasionally I like to sip on an ice cold pint of beer. There's an event on Friday at 16 Tons that people who enjoy both beer and wine should not miss: Cheese Wars V: Wine vs Beer.
Now that the weather is warming up and the clouds are beginning to disperse to make way for the summer sun, many of the wineries have changed their hours to accommodate wine enthusiasts who love to spend time in wine country.
Benton-Lane consistently produces award-winning wines year after year. In 2006, Benton-Lane was recognized by Wine Spectator as having two of the "Top 100 Wines of the World". On November 14th Wine Spectator will add the Benton-Lane 2010 Pinot Gris to that list.
Freshly-cut colorful bouquets of flowers, outdoor dining tables dressed in black linens, empty wine glasses waiting to be filled with hand-crafted, award-winning wine, delectable freshly prepared local foods, brilliant blue skies perched above rows and rows of grape leaved vines, and the smell of fresh, pine-scented country air…sound too good to be true?
If you haven’t been to Sarver Winery yet, I have two words for you. Go now.