Erath Pinot Gris 2007, Oregon

The state of Oregon in the USA has built up a great reputation for
Posted 09th June 2009        

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The state of Oregon in the USA has built up a great reputation for Pinot Noir, producing world class wines, with Pinot Gris its secondary grape – achieving the complexity and depth of flavour for which its Alsace counterpart is famous. Dick Erath is one of the original wine pioneers of Oregon, who travelled west coast America in the 1960’s to find the best vineyard sites, eventually deciding upon the Williamette Valley. His extensive studies of the area proved successful in helping to produce high quality wines for over 40 years, and having worked with the Pinot Gris varietal for over 20 years, its style is pure, lively and approachable.

Wine Profile

Inviting apple and lemon aromas with peach and melon flavours on the palate are balanced well with refreshing acidity. Chill right down and enjoy with salads, fish and light Thai dishes – a perfect wine for summer.

Normally £12.99, reduced to £11.04 when you buy a case of 12

Available from Cockburns of Leith


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Morag is Sales Manager with Cockburns of Leith, working with a wide variety of clients. She has had twelve years experience in the wine trade, spending her first four years with the Conran Restaurant Group, starting off in the purchasing department and then running the wine side of the Bluebird Restaurant in the King’s Road in London. She then spent about eighteen months with the Sainsbury/Oddbins Taste for Wine venture before joining Cockburns early in 2003.