Rainstorm

Rainstorm is the definitive Oregon Pinot brand! It's our goal to bring all of Oregon's vibrant character (and characters) to life. Sourced from the Willamette and Umpqua Valleys, we're producing wonderfully balanced and approachable, yet complex Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris. Pinot Noir remains the fastest growing single red varietal in the wine industry and Pinot Gris is among the fastest growing white varietal.

Our Pinot Noir is sourced 50% from the Willamette Valley (where milder temperatures produce grapes of great complexity, high acidity and elegance) and 50% from the Umpqua Valley (where warmer temperatures produce grapes of rich, deep and fruity character). The resulting wine is a Pinot Noir in perfect balance. Our Pinot Gris is 100% Willamette Valley – the wine portrays rich fruit flavors and a lush mouth-feel tempered by a bright acidity.

Both our Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris are distinctly – and proudly – 100% Oregon. We encourage you to explore Rainstorm and discover your Pinot Passion!

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Rainstorm Pinot Gris 2017
"A bright cool-climate Oregon Pinot Gris. Sur lies aging imparts a slightly yeasty character, tropical flavors and great acidity give this wine a clean finish. Pale gold with aromas of crisp pear, melon and honey blossom. It has a bright clean finish."
Item Number: 31053
Bottle:$11.95
Case: $143.40
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Rainstorm Pinot Gris 2016
88  Wine Enthusiast 
Wine Enthusiast 88 " Supple and seamless, this lightly spicy wine is a good all-purpose white. The clean, crisp fruit touches on kiwi, pear and a hint of green banana. Vinified in stainless steel, it's a refreshing wine that should be enjoyed soon. "  " Pale gold. Aromas of crisp pear, melon and

Rainstorm Pinot Gris 2014
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The Rainstorm Pinot Gris displays pale golden color with aromas of crisp pear, melon and honey blossom, some yeastry character from sur lie aging. Great tropical fruit flavor balanced by fresh acidity.

Rainstorm Pinot Gris 2013
"This is the first release from Rainstorm, part of the expanding Mariani Family presence in the Pacific Northwest. It’s bone dry, immaculately fresh, and lees-aged, with lovely depth and finesse. Flavors of melon and cucumber dominate, and the crisp acidity offers bracing minerality."~ Winery notes