About King Estate Winery
In the hills southwest of Eugene, Oregon, on a former cattle ranch, lies King Estate Winery. Founded in 1991 by Ed King Jr. and his son, Ed King III, King Estate released its first vintage in 1992 and has been certified organic since 2002. Like most Oregon producers, King built its name on Pinot Noir. Today, the Pinot remains rock-solid in quality, but recently, we've been impressed by their stainless-steel fermented Pinot Gris.
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Love this wine!
I first tried this wine at Seasons 52 restaurant and I fell in love with it! It is so smooth and delicious....this is my new favorite, for now ;)
love this wine...
I am a fan of pino gris and this is by far the best I've had, and for such a great price. It's nearly medium-bodied, and has a crisp finish. Not too grassy, which many gris and grigios tend to be.
Had a bottle of this with friends for lunch last week, and was very pleased with it. Crisp, flavorful, light. I'm a fan.
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Great wine for the price
Love this wine. The reserve is better, but can't afford it. This one will do just fine!
liz likes this.
not too fruity
Always a favorite
Fuller than my typical SB
Did you know King Estate is Organic
My wife can only drink Organic wines, so I've learned a lot about them. What is amazing is that so many wines are made organically, i.e. no pesticides, only naturally occuring sulfites, but many wineries choose not to advertise that they are organic. This is because many advertised organic wines are less than mediocre, or associated with inferior qualitty. King Estate is an excellent wine producer that happens to be fully organic, but doesn't advertise it.
smooth, easy, simple, 4 glasses and gone
Bought this on a whim and couldn't be more pleased.
Not great but not bad for the price
Pinot Gris (aka Pinot Grigio)
Pinot Gris, called Pinot Grigio in Italy, is a noble variety that, unfortunately, doesn't always produce highly refined wine. At its best, in Alsace, where it's usually called Tokay Pinot Gris, the wines are extremely rich and honeyed, in either...
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