This wine will great you with the aroma of crisp green apple, and a swirl of tart lemon zest to offset its floral hints. As if that weren’t enough, the taste of this Pinot Gris’ refreshing acidity is soothed by the softness of pear and green tea, finishing with a short splash of juicy grapefruit.
Marine Sediment Soil.
Case Production: 250
Food Pairing Notes
This Pinot Gris has an excellent balance for drinking by itself at cool
temperatures, or with Gruyere or Muenster cheese. Fresh
vegetables, raw fish, or even some spicy Thai go great with the
wines zest and refreshing acidity.
The Aspen Block, named after the youngest daughter of the
winemaker, consists of 5 estate acres with 2.5 acres of Pinot Gris
and 2.5 acres of Chardonnay at 500 feet elevation.