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Montinore Pinot Gris 2013

Pinot Gris/Grigio from Willamette Valley, Oregon
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    Winemaker Notes

    2013 was a good year for making crisp, lively whites with dynamic aromatics. Our Pinot Gris gave us stone and citrus fruits with a lingering minerality.

    As people have come to expect from of Pinot Gris, the 2013 is an excellent food wine, pairing well with anything from salads to grilled chicken.

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    Montinore Vineyards

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    Montinore Vineyards, , Oregon
    Montinore
    Planted in 1982, Montinore Estate is a 200-acre Demeter Certified Biodynamic® and Stellar Certified Organic estate that lies at the northern end of the Willamette Valley appellation and along the east-facing slope of the Coastal Range foothills in Oregon. In addition to the certifications, we use dry farming and sustainable growing practices.

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