Oregon Pinot Noirs from the latest vintages range in style from ultradelicate to thick and rich. For Pinot Noir lovers, the grape's ability to express not only the specifics of a site but also the character of a vintage is part of its magic. And Oregon's top vintners seem to have found a way to keep quality consistent even as the styles vary. Wine Spectator's Harvey Steiman reports.
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