Slim Pickings for California Pinot Noir

More single-vineyard wines at higher prices mark the mixed 2000 vintage
James Laube
Issue: September 15, 2002

California's Pinot Noir boom continues, driven not only by a surge in new names but by a proliferation of single-vineyard wines. In the past year, I tasted more single-vineyard Pinots than I have in any previous year, a fact that reflects winemakers' efforts to identify vineyards that are able to produce distinctive wines.

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