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Chenin Blanc, Pinot Gris / Grigio , Pinot Noir
Anne Amie Vineyards 'Prismé' Pinot Noir Blanc 2014 Review
While this surprising white Pinot Noir is intended by the winery to be a white wine, it could also fall into the camp of a directly-pressed rosé. Pale salmon in the glass, it has a complex and enticing nose, simultaneously creamy and tangy with notes of peach skin, tangerine, raw almond, and rustic dirt. The palate bursts with lemon and orange citrus, plus underripe, just-picked strawberry, fading pleasantly into a creamy finish.