White Wine with a Twist
Three bottles of vineyard designate white wines with a touch of oak. These white wines – one from the Willamette Valley and two from southern Oregon’s Rogue Valley – demonstrate the state’s versatility in wine. From America’s favorite white, Chardonnay, to two lesser known (but deliciously satisfying) aromatic varietals, Oregon truly has something for every palate.
2017 Kennel Chardonnay, James Suckling 90 points
2017 Quail Run Roussanne-Marsanne, Wine Enthusiast 91 points & Editor's Choice
2018 Quail Run Viognier, Wine Enthusiast 92 points & Editor's Choice
$110 Bundled Price
The Restaurant at King Estate
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