The hits keep coming from Oregon’s 2008 vintage. Vintners experienced nearly perfect conditions, with a long, moderate growing season and warm, dry weather during harvest. It was a year in which winemakers could focus on making the wines they always wanted to make. And that’s great news for fans of the state’s Pinot Noir.
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