King Estate Winery, a long-time and leading producer of Pinot Gris and Pinot Noir, has joined Oregon’s best known wine growing region, the Willamette Valley.
King Estate and five other Oregon wineries are among the 165 “Best of Class” winners out of 7,162 entries.
Sunset wine editor Sara Schneider points out the advantages of wine on tap and gives King Estate’s popular Pinot Gris a nice nod at the same time. King Estate is a leader in wine on tap, winning two consecutive KEGGY awards from Free Flow Wines for taking more than half a million bottles out of circulation.
King Estate Winery CEO and Co-Founder Ed King has announced the promotion of two members of the winemaking team to key new positions: Spencer Spetnagel to Associate Winemaker, and Barrett Rosteck to Assistant Winemaker.
Eugene's Register Guard sat down with Ed King and Director of Viticulture, Ray Nuclo, to talk about the excitement around Oregon's historic 2015 vintage.
King Estate is among the most loved and talked about restaurants in the U.S. and #1 in Oregon based on industry research and traveler feedback.
King Estate Winery is the only Oregon producer to win a KEGGY award from Free Flow Wines, recognizing exceptional and sustainable wine on tap programs nationwide. King Estate is responsible for more than 12% of the 4 million bottles saved from landfills last year.
"The King Estate Winery near Eugene presented me and several other journalists with a lineup of butter-hued bottles spanning a decade, pulled from their library. The wines were not their most expensive single-vineyard or domaine bottlings, but rather represented their entry-level “signature” line, retailing upon debut for approximately $17."
The Jefferson Cup Invitational, a competition that honors the best of the best among wineries from across America crowned our 2013 King Estate Pinot Gris, among other King Estate wines, with honors.
The 2012 Acrobat Pinot Noir was ranked #78 Wine Spectator's prestigious list