As a wine region the Rogue Valley of Oregon has yet to really establish a clear identity. One of the reasons for this might be that, as opposed to its feted neighbor the Willamette Valley which is firmly established as Pinot Noir territory, so many grape varieties thrive there. Foris has grown Moscato since the 70s and has essayed a number of divergent styles with it. Foris' current version is inspired by the classic Moscati D'Asti of Italy's Piedmont region; lightly effervescent, intensely fruity but only delicately sweet. It is only sweet enough to handle the lightest desserts but the sweet lemon and spice flavors will be a great foil to spicy curries or salty appetizers.