2019 Pinot Gris

With ripe pear, honey and citrus on the nose, this wine opens lush and juicy with white peach, lemon curd and honeydew melon leading to an elegant finish of lemongrass and slate.

The #10 wine in the world Wine Enthusiast 2020 The Top 100 and 92 points "One of Oregon's best, year in and year out." - Paul Gregutt


Slow Wine Guide Top Wine

“The whole cluster press of this wine results in bright fruit aromas and flavors of pear, apricot, peach, minerality, and bright acidity in this almost dry wine.”

Slow Wine Guide USA (April 16, 2021)

Oregon's Other Pinot

Elk Cove’s Estate Pinot Gris ($19) that expands on the palate with a vivid mix of grapefruit, lemon curd and candied orange peel. –Paul Gregutt

Wine Enthusiast (June 4, 2021)

What Ray Isle is Pouring Now

“I poured this scintillating, peachy Oregon Pinot Gris for our virtual Food and Wine Classic at Home event in early May. Winemaker Adam Campbell-one of Willamette Valley’s top talents-hits a home run with this sustainably grown white.” 

 – Ray Isle Executive Wine Editor, Food & Wine 

Food & Wine (April, 2021)

Wine for a Healthy Planet

“Elk Cove, under the winemaking direction of Adam Campbell, has become one of Oregon’s premier wineries, making sublime single-vineyard Pinot Noirs and also this peachy, crisp Pinot Gris. It’s a perfect, sustainably-made summer white.” 

Food & Wine (April, 2021)

94 Points

“Fresh, juicy pear, melon and crisp apple leap from the glass before landing playfully on the palate. Lively and refreshing, with a touch of orange peel on the endless finish. Textbook example of Oregon pinot gris. A gorgeous wine that would be welcome at any backyard barbeque.”

Beverage Dynamics Magazine (April, 2021)

91 Points

“…bright and yeasty on the nose with notes of candied citrus and baked apples. The light-bodied palate is broad and flavorful with good uplift from its bright acidity and mineral tones.”
Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate (April 23, 2020)

Wine Enthusiast Top 100 Wine

Our Pinot Gris is #10 on the Top 100! Curated from over 25,000 different wines tested this year, The Enthusiast 100 is the best-of-the-best list for wines reviewed in 2020.
Wine Enthusiast Magazine (November, 2019)

92 Points & Editors Choice

“Adam Campbell’s Pinot Gris is one of Oregon’s best, year in and year out. A lush and vivid mixture of grapefruit, lemon curd and candied orange peel, this new vintage both surprises and delights.”

Wine Enthusiast (August, 2020)

91 Points

“Smooth pear nose, juicy, fresh and tangy with full, luscious style; I would venture to say, this is the most that can be expected from this variety; totally charming and balanced.”

The Tasting Panel Magazine (March, 2020)