Anne Amie Pinot Noir Willamette Valley Deux Vert 2005
Deep ruby in color, a rich nose excites with aromas of wild black cherry and forest floor layered with tobacco, cedar, and vanilla. Deep smoke and tar flavors open into a dense ripe plum, blueberries, and hints of black cherry highlights. A round, plush mouth-feel leads to a finish with an irresistible hedonistic appeal. Deux Vert Vineyard is in the Yamhill-Carlton District AVA on classic Willakenzie soils and is farmed to low yields with great passion by owners Mike and Patty Green. This wine pairs beautifully with steaks, grilled meats, and planked salmon. Drink now, or hold on to a few and watch them continue to develop over the next 3 to 5 years.
Fine entry-level pinot noir with black raspberry and toast aromas and flavors. Sour cherry note on finish adds interest.
A very good value wine. Complex and earthy.
We had two bottles at Gotham Bar & Grill and the suggestion of the waiter. The wine has an amazing and passionate smell which consumed the table. The wine itself is very deep ruby in color and is a fairly big, earthy Pinot with an assertive but balanced spice. Overall it was amazing.
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Wine Tasting NotesVibrant blackberry aromas are enhanced by hints of chocolate and mocha. Rich and complex, the mouth feel is round and balanced with lush, soft tannins. A lengthy finish lingers with a seamless impression of dark fruit. 38% Cabernet Sauvignon, 29% Syrah, 14% Merlot, 12% Cabernet Franc, 5% Malbec, 2% Petit Verdot.
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