Oregon’s Great 2008 Pinot Noirs

Tim Fish
Issue: December 31, 2010

To demonstrate the remarkable quality of Oregon, eight wineries poured 2008 Pinot Noirs that showed the styles and character that make Willamette Valley and the vintage so distinctive. The tasting began with delicate wines such as Adelsheim Bryan Creek Vineyard and Brick House Ribbon Ridge and finished with stylistically powerful wines like Bergström De Lancellotti Vineyard and Archery Summit Red Hills Estate. Wine Spectator associate editor Tim Fish explains.

For the full article, check out the new issue of Wine Spectator, on newsstands December 7, 2010.

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