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Anne Amie Pinot Noir Yamhill-Carlton District Estate Vineyard 2011

Winemaker's Notes:

90-91 points PinotFile: 13.4% alc... 198 cases... aged 16 months in 3% new, 25% 1-year and 72% neutral French oak. Moderately dark reddish purple color in the glass. Deep aromas of black cherry, black raspberry and a hint of spice. The fruit has a riper profile than the Twelve Oaks with darker stone and berry fruit and a touch of herbs and floral goodness in the background. The best feature is the big, bright, juicy cherry finish which is very prominent the following day from a previously opened and re-corked bottle. (5/26/14)

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Anne Amie Vineyards:
Pinot Noir, Pinot Blanc and Pinot Gris – elegant wines that clearly express the unique characteristics of Oregon and our L.I.V.E. Sustainable Certified vineyards (www.liveinc.org). Our vineyards are located in the rolling hills of the Yamhill-Carlton District and on the steep hillsides of the Chehalem Mountains, both nestled in Oregon’s verdant Willamette Valley. Complimenting the pinot fami... Read more
Pinot Noir, Pinot Blanc and Pinot Gris – elegant wines that clearly express the unique characteristics of Oregon and our L.I.V.E. Sustainable Certified vineyards (www.liveinc.org). Our vineyards are located in the rolling hills of the Yamhill-Carlton District and on the steep hillsides of the Chehalem Mountains, both nestled in Oregon’s verdant Willamette Valley. Complimenting the pinot family is old-vine estate Riesling & Müller Thurgau. Our tasting room hosts breathtaking views of vineyards and the Pacific Coast Range. We look forward to your visit. Read less

90-91 points PinotFile: 13.4% alc... 198 cases... aged 16 months in 3% new, 25% 1-year and 72% neutral French oak. Moderately dark reddish purple color in the glass. Deep aromas of black cherry, black raspberry and a hint of spice. The fruit has a riper profile than the Twelve Oaks with darker stone and berry fruit and a touch of herbs and floral goodness in the background. The best feature is the big, bright, juicy cherry finish which is very prominent the following day from a previously opened and re-corked bottle. (5/26/14)

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