Sunday, December 13, 2009

Great Reviews For Amity Vineyard Wines

 This review of Amity Vineyard's wines goes further to prove the naysayers wrong about '07 wines from Oregon!

2007 Gewürztraminer
 “Exceptionally concentrated, unctuous and oily, this reveals the floral/spicy character of the grape in all its glory. It's a complex wine that just keeps on going, with jasmine, lemon polish, citrus and more fleshing out the flavors.”

92 points
Wine Enthusiast



2007 Crannell Single Vineyard Pinot noir
“Vivid red color. Sexy aromas of red berry preserves, kirsch, potpourri and smoky minerals. Juicy red fruit flavors become more tangy with aeration and are energized by a late note of blood orange. With its finishing clarity and spicy cut, this reminds me a Chambolle-Musigny. I really like this wine's vivacity.                                  
91 points
Steve Tanzer's International Wine Cellar

91 points
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate



2007 Sunnyside Single Vineyard Pinot noir
 “Cherry red in color, it has an attractive nose of cinnamon, allspice and red fruit.  Made in an elegant style, this balanced effort has a silky texture, spicy flavors, and a pure finish.”

90 points
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate

90 Points
Steve Tanzer's International Wine Cellar

 

“Though just 11% alcohol, this still feels vividly dry in the mouth. It's less floral than many Rieslings, but brings dried herb, paper, dried apple and other fruits in a range of flavors with plenty of dry extract and concentration.  A very fine autumn wine.”
90 points
Wine Enthusiast


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