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Owen Roe 2017 Pinot Gris, Eola-Amity Hills, $21
Subtle and smooth, this unoaked Pinot Gris from Crawford Beck Vineyard in Oregon’s Willamette Valley teases the palate with delicate flavors of lemon, green apple and lime zest. It has a light flavor intensity yet a strong finish, which entices you to keep reaching for another sip. Suggested pairings include oysters on the half shell, caramelized onion tart or Crab Louie. This won a double gold medal at the sixth annual Cascadia International Wine Competition and was featured at the Taste of Cascadia public pouring at The Lodge at Columbia Point.
Production: 513 cases