Anne & Amie 2012 Winemakers Selection Pinot Noir Magnum

//Anne & Amie 2012 Winemakers Selection Pinot Noir Magnum

Anne & Amie 2012 Winemakers Selection Pinot Noir Magnum

$496.13

PRICING IS BY THE CASE –  6 1.5li Bottles 

For wine geek info see below. For the rest of us just tasty Pinot Noir.  2012 was a more challenging vintage but nothing that the team at Anne & Aime couldn’t handle.

VINIFICATION Grapes were hand-picked and brought directly to the winery in 1/2 ton totes in perfect condition. They were meticulously hand sorted on a shaker table then destemmed into 2-ton open top, stainless steel fermenters. The must was cold-soaked for seven to twenty one days, which was followed by fermentation that was completed in about a week. This is followed by an extended maceration, where the wine is evaluated daily for softening of tannins and roundness of palate. The wine was on the skins for a total of 28-40 days. After draining the fermenters by gravity, the free-run and light pressings were combined and settled for 48 hours. The wine was then racked by gravity into a mixture of new and used French oak barrels. The wine was aged on lees in French oak barrels for 10 months and then blended and bottled. Once bottled this wine was aged for 6 months before release.

http://www.anneaime.com

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For wine geek info see below. For the rest of us just tasty Pinot Noir.  2012 was a more challenging vintage but nothing that the team at Anne & Aime couldn’t handle.

VINIFICATION Grapes were hand-picked and brought directly to the winery in 1/2 ton totes in perfect condition. They were meticulously hand sorted on a shaker table then destemmed into 2-ton open top, stainless steel fermenters. The must was cold-soaked for seven to twenty one days, which was followed by fermentation that was completed in about a week. This is followed by an extended maceration, where the wine is evaluated daily for softening of tannins and roundness of palate. The wine was on the skins for a total of 28-40 days. After draining the fermenters by gravity, the free-run and light pressings were combined and settled for 48 hours. The wine was then racked by gravity into a mixture of new and used French oak barrels. The wine was aged on lees in French oak barrels for 10 months and then blended and bottled. Once bottled this wine was aged for 6 months before release.

 

http://www.anneamie.com

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