Anne Amie 2012 Pinot Gris, Oregon, $19

By on August 18, 2013

Anne Amie is a winery in Oregon's Yamhill-Carlton District.One of Oregon’s oldest wineries, Anne Amie began in the late 1970s as Chateau Benoit. Robert Pamplin purchased the property in 1999 and transformed it into something better and more refined. This delicious Pinot Gris uses grapes from four vineyard sources, and the complexity comes through in the glass. It opens with aromas of pear, apple butter, mango and brioche, followed by flavors of Golden Delicious apple, Asian pear and minerality, all backed by bright, balanced acidity. Enjoy with salmon, trout, baked oysters or scallops.

Rating: Excellent

Production: 2,942 cases

Alcohol: 13.4%

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