2022 Amity Vineyards White Pinot Noir

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WILLAMETTE VALLEY AVA

The Amity White Pinot Noir was sourced from Hylo Vineyard located in the Northern Willamette Valley. The fruit was picked in the cool early morning and gently pressed to minimize color and tannin extraction yet provide the subtle layers of tart and juicy fruit. After settling for 24 hours, the juice is cleanly racked and fermented in a stainless-steel tank. We age this wine sur lie to create generous yet soft texture, and provide balance to its mouthwatering finish.

NOTE: Wine color may vary from year to year. 

Vineyard Sources: 100% Hylo Vineyard

Cellar Treatment: 100% Stainless Steel 

Alcohol Content: 12%  

Residual Sugar: 1.98g/L 

 

Customer Reviews

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Darlene Rochna
Pinot Noir White or Red?

The Pinot Noir White is an interesting wine in that when I received it I refrigerated it because it's white but found that when I let it come to room temperature it took on a slight pink color and I appreciated it's fragrance and taste a lot more. This is one white wine I would suggest to not refrigerate, as a pinot noir. Thank you for the pleasure and experience.

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S.M.
Devine

I rarely drink white wine. We have a local wine and cheese shop in my area and she said she would recommend this wine that it's her most popular so I bought a bottle for myself in a bottle for my best friend. Let's just say I am a new lover of white wines. This is flavorful and bold and fruity my new favorite wine.🥰

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Rebecca Wilhelm

A very likable white.

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Joan Olbrantz
Amity White Pinot

Love it!!

Why choose us?

A Storied Vineyard

What makes Amity so unique are the nearly 50-year-old own-rooted vines. They’ve had decades to work through the thin topsoil to dig deep into the ground and access these ancient nutrient-deprived soils. The combination of the vine's age, the absence of artificial inputs, and dry farming practices mean they are naturally low yielding. When vines have a lower crop load they can devote more resources to the grapes which leads to a better concentration of flavor.