Oregon Pinot Noir & Pinot Gris
Pike Road 2014 Pinot Noir: 90 Points & Editor’s ChoicePike Road 2015 Pinot Gris: 88 Points
Prepare to fall in love with Pinot Gris from Oregon with one twist of the Pike Road screwcap. Made from 100% hand-picked fruit from the Willamette Valley, the wine has a round and mouthfilling texture and flavors of tropical fruit and yellow pear. It is delicious and an unbelievable value too!
These are wines from Oregon that are under $20 that come with a pedigree that you can trust. The wines themselves offer signature Oregon aromatics and flavors for a very reasonable price.
I usually shy away from a Pinot Noir that is priced less than $20 as this finicky variety need to be finessed, which often means more work in the vineyard, and more cost. However, for an approachable, easy Pinot Noir consider the small production, family owned wines from Pike Road. Pike Road Pinot Noir is filled with red cherry, juicy red apple and strawberry notes.
Pike Road 2015 Pinot Gris, Oregon. Don’t let the screw cap fool you, this this serious wine. If you can take your nose out of the glass, you’ll love its juicy citrus and lychee impressions. Awesome everyday sipper for summer.
Pike Road Wines 105 W Main St, Carlton Oregon