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Kings Ridge 2007 Riesling
This spicy and aromatic Riesling is sourced from a vineyard planted 40 years ago by Dick Erath. Stainless-steel fermented and finished off-dry, it’s tart and juicy enough to work with most Riesling-friendly foods. It’s the spice that dominates, not the sugar. This is a wonderful bottle, with classic Oregon scents…
Kings Ridge 2011 Riesling
The best Kings Ridge Riesling since the 2007, this is a lickable, lipsmacking, sweet-tart bottle of lemon-lime fruits with a perfect blend of sugar and acid. It captures the refined elegance of the best Willamette Valley Rieslings, and the crisp minerality underscores the mouthwatering fruit.
Kings Ridge 2006 Riesling
This Riesling is right on the borderline of dry/off-dry (just under 1% RS). The fruit, from cooler Willamette Valley vineyard sites, has been fermented in stainless steel and aged on its lees, yielding a wine that is thick, almost meaty. It’s as sappy as a fresh peach, and finishes with crisp peach-skin phenolics…
Kings Ridge 2009 Riesling
Always one of the finest values in Oregon Riesling, the Kings Ridge really shines in 2009. Juicy and bursting with ripe pineapple, pear and peach fruit, this big, round, luscious wine masks its residual sugar with tangy acidity.
Kings Ridge 2006 Pinot Gris
From cooler Willamette Valley vineyards, this pleasing Pinot Gris keeps a juicy mix of fresh fruit flavors right up front. Pear, pineapple and grapefruit do a little Snoopy dance in your mouth, buoyed with balanced acidity and a hint of residual sugar. Round and full, it’s a generous and quite appealing style. 500…
Kings Ridge 2008 Riesling
With alcohol just 12.5%, this high-toned, fruit-driven Riesling has some residual sugar, but does not taste all that sweet. The extra ripe fruit suggests tropical candy—pineapple, papaya and lemon sours.
Kings Ridge 2009 Pinot Noir
A widely available, screwcapped wine, totally fruit-driven, with forward and immediately accessible bright cherry candy flavors. Though it settles into a one-dimensional structure, the fruit carries it along nicely, and it has much the same appeal as a good Beaujolais-Villages.
Kings Ridge 2010 Pinot Gris
Clean and light, with a mix of lime, citrus and melon, this falls into the Alsatian-style camp of Oregon Pinot Gris. Lightly spicy and quite tart, it will show best with spicy—not sweet—Asian dishes.