How much should we have to pay for good, varietally correct Pinot Noir, a wine with the requisite refinement and stylishness that does not sacrifice flavor and intensity?
Four wineries in Oregon that manage to crank out thousands of cases of Pinot Noir at $20 or less revealed secrets of the trade at the recent Oregon Wine Industry Symposium in Portland. Revelations from the winemakers will probably appall the natural wine crowd, but I will take the results in the glass. These wines routinely score in the 86 to 90 point range.
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