Anne Amie Pinot Noir Willamette Valley 2007
Our 2007 Cuvée A Pinot Noir is gleaming ruby in color and bursts with aromas of fresh blackberries, plums, spice and hints of forest floor. On the palate, the wine opens up with lively acidity and a round mouth-feel that leads to flavors of ripe cherry, raspberry and sweet-maple touched with cinnamon, cardamom, and sandalwood spice. A smooth, lingering finish is backed by firm, seamlessly integrated tannins . We recommend drinking our Cuvée A Pinot Noir now, to enjoy its lively freshness and youthful charms. This wine pairs beautifully with a broad array of cuisine. From delicate fish to succulent venison there are endless great matches to this versatile food friendly wine.
Not typically a fan of Oregon Pinots but I picked this one up last Thanksgiving and just got around to putting my notes into snooth. Wonderful pairing with turkey. Delicately light bodies with a soft mouthfeel. Juicy, powerful taste with wild berries and cranberry with a noticeable finish that lingers.
I had this one for Thanksgiving and went very well with turkey and the typical Thanksgiving dinner. I was looking for something light, red, but still full of character and this was a good choice. Beautiful light red color characteristic to pinot noirs. Sweet cherry and maple syrup on the nose. Light-bodied with hints of cherry and other red berries and subtle spice. Paired very well with turkey and stuffing. Balanced with a wonderfully pleasant finish. One of the best pinot noir I have had.
Two and a half glasses
External Reviews for Anne Amie Pinot Noir Willamette Valley
A pretty nose suggests cherry candy, sandalwood and a whiff of maple syrup. Those pie cherry and baking spice aromas continue in the mouth, with a hint of truffle. Beautifully balanced and blended mdash; nine vineyards contributed.
Clean and finely wrought, this winersquo;s ripe strawberry notes are grounded by a mushroomy, umami scent. The flavors feel lean and poised, the red fruit sinewy and lithe, marked by refreshing acidity.
Light and crisp, with firm tannins around a modest core of red cherry and earth flavors, echoing softly. Best from 2011 through 2013.
Light red. Delicate, herb-laced redcurrant and strawberry aromas complicated by a subtle hint of smokiness. Light-bodied, sweet red fruit flavors are lifted by tangy acidity. In a delicate, understated style, with good finishing clarity and persistence. Very pinot and ready to drink.
Fragrant, with pretty raspberry and strawberry aromas and flavors on a fragile frame, lingering gently. Drink now through 2014. 3,200 cases made. -HS The 2007 Pinot Noir Cuvee A is a spicy, easy-going effort with light tannin, no hard edges, and plenty of varietal character. It has plenty of savory cherry and raspberry fruit, bright acidity, and good balance. Drink it over the next 3-4 years.
Lithe, peppery and nicely focused to show its cinnamon-scented cherry and forest floor flavors. Finishes harmoniously. Drink now through 2011.
Cuvée A is a classic Oregon Pinot Noir. The bouquet is filled with aromas of spices, fresh black raspberries, and hints of toast. On the palate, you'll find cranberries and ripe black cherries, with accents of sage and cinnamon. The finish is lively and long, with a clean freshness that invites another sip. Excellent with seafood, such as salmon or halibut.
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