According to Wine Enthusiast - With about 6% Viognier in the blend, this tart, dry, racy take on Pinot Gris has unusual complexity. Crisp citrus and pear skin, green apple and lemon verbena roll across the palate. There’s a crisp minerality to the acids, and a clean, refreshing finish.
Tasting Notes - Our Pinot Gris style falls between the lighter Italian Pinot Grigio and the richer, rounder Pinot Gris from Alsace. The Chateau Ste. Michelle Pinot Gris offers fresh aromas and flavors of pear, fig and a hint of spice. A touch of Viognier contributes texture and an attractive floral character. This wine is a perfect match with scallops or halibut.