2014 Evesham Wood "Blanc du Puits Sec" Willamette Valley Pinot Gris-Gewürztraminer

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This is mostly Pinot Gris, with a small addition of Gewürztraminer, with all of the fruit coming from a 1986 planting at the winery's Evesham Wood estate vineyard. Vintage notes from the producer: "Luckily 2014 delivered significantly higher yields over 2013 along with outstanding quality, and the 2014 Blanc du Puits Sec is a prime example of that... The nose leaps from the glass with bright jasmine, honeysuckle and rose followed by flavors of pear and a nice balance of weight on the palate and bright acidity, finishing with spice from the Gewürztraminer."

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Staff Image By: Andrew Stevens | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 11/7/2015 | Send Email
I love wines from Oregon, and more and more of these are not just Pinot Noir. Take for example this amazing Pinot gris-Gewurztraminer blend from our friends at Evesham Wood, and amazing fleshy and floral white that is delicious. Beautiful aromatic nose opens to white stone fruit with a bit of a floral note and just a touch spicy from the Gewurztraminer. If you want to branch out in your whites then take home a bottle of this wine. Plus at the price there is nothing to fear.

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