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Oregon's Burgundian Knot

Pinot Noir quality has never been better, but pricey single-vineyard bottlings proliferate
Harvey Steiman
Issue: June 15, 2002

More Oregon wineries than ever are producing fine Pinot Noirs. The only trouble is that even after a series of good to outstanding vintages that started with 1998, many of the best wines still are made in tiny quantities and are difficult to find.

For the full article, check out the new issue of Wine Spectator, on newsstands June 15, 2002.

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