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Anne Amie Two Estates Pinot Noir 2013

Anne Amie Two Estates Pinot Noir 2013
Anne Amie Two Estates Pinot Noir 2013




VarietalPinot Noir

AppellationWillamette Valley

WineryAnne Amie


Production2,100 cases

Bottle Size750 ml

CategoryRed Wine

Aging ProgramAged 16 months in French oak, 30% new, 20% 1 year, 50% neutral

Oak OriginFrench

Blend100% Pinot Noir

Total Acidity6.10 g/L


The Anne Amie Two Estates Pinot Noir 2013 is a graceful, yet restrained, Pinot Noir. Made with grapes from two Anne Amie estate vineyards – Twelve Oaks Estate and Anne Amie Estate – this wine is a superb vintage from select fruit. Expect aromas of dark cherry, kirsch, horehound, crushed gravel, and black tea. The palate is elegant and superbly structured, with flavors of Mt. Hood strawberry, black currant, wild cherry, baking spices, and red plum. This red wine will age excellently. Consider pairing a bottle with chargrilled octopus, French onion soup, or flat iron steak.

Taste SummaryCherry, Orange, Plum, Strawberry

Wine QualitiesFruity, Medium acidity, Moderate tannin, Spicy

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This was pretty good. I am a Pinot person. I find that unless it is Italian food I go with a Pinot. Never white wine it seems. This was light with a nice depth without being over powering. This was the first time I had tried anything from this winery. It seems to be hard to find in my area for some reason.


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