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Forrest Gump Pinot Gris 2022

Forrest Gump Pinot Gris 2022

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  • Washington - USA
  • 2022 - Pinot Gris
  • 13.0 % Alc - 750 ml

A major box-office success, Forrest Gump went on to win seven Academy Awards (including Best Picture) and has become a cinema classic. We’re honoring this heartwarming film with Forrest Gump Pinot Gris.

This vibrant white wine hails from Washington State. No matter which style of wine you like, “Washington can deliver pure fruit flavors and distinctive character at prices that won’t break the bank,” reports Wine Spectator. That’s especially true in the Columbia Valley, the state’s largest and most prized wine appellation.

With its low rainfall and temperature variations (cold nights and warm, sunny days), the Columbia Valley is ideal for producing wines that offer bold-yet-balanced fruit flavors. Fun fact: it shares its latitude with France’s famed Bordeaux region, so it may come as no surprise that it yields such great wines. The grapes for this lovely Pinot Gris come from Wahluke Slope, a premium enclave of the Columbia Valley known for its exceptional-quality fruit.

Elegantly bright, Forrest Gump Pinot Gris offers expressive floral and lemon notes. If you’re a fan of the film, you can probably guess its perfect pairing—shrimp, of course! “You can barbecue it, boil it, broil it, bake it, sautée it...”

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Classic Movie Pairing: Forrest Gump (1994)
This flavorful and bright Pinot Gris is undeniably full of charm and character. It’s a great match for this captivating modern classic whose own cast of memorable characters won over audiences and entered the national zeitgeist. Starring Tom Hanks in what may be his defining role, the film tells the story of a simple man who lives a truly amazing life stumbling from one historic event to another. Directed by Robert Zemeckis and co-starring Robin Wright, Sally Field, Mykelti Williamson and Gary Sinise, it would earn seven Academy Award nominations, winning six, including Best Picture and Best Actor (Hanks).

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