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“Our Willamette Valley Pinot blanc is aged on lees in French Oak barrels for 18 months.  A soft, round mouth feel enhances pear and citrus flavors with hints of vanilla, leading to a long, rich finish.  Enjoy with a broad range of dishes from roasted chicken to creamy risotto.”

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“The name Amrita comes from the Buddhist equivalent of ambrosia, or a wine of the gods.  Our Amrita is an unique inspiration each harvest, crafted from different varieties to be an irresistible, lightly effervescent, fruit-forward wine. It makes a delightful aperitif and is our favorite match with Pan-Asian foods.”  

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“Midnight Saignée is a dry, deeply fruity wine, layered with complex Pinot noir character.  A saignée requires timing and balance, and like much of harvest, the right moment often occurs late at night.  We produce a limited amount of this wine each year, using the saignée technique and fermenting in neutral French oak barrels.” 

From more information on Annie Amie Vineyards and their great wines visit www.annieamie.com