Distinctive powerful fruit reminiscent of pears and apples with a hint of cinnamon spice. More body than Pinot Grigio from Italy, less ponderous weight than Pinot Gris from Alsace.
Bethel Heights' style of Pinot Gris is a food-friendly alternative to Chardonnay. A perennial favorite with grilled salmon, it is also a perfect match for spicy Szechuan or Thai cuisine. In warm weather serve slightly chilled with a shellfish salad or ceviche, light poultry dishes and pasta salads.