For elegant wines with pretty fruit flavors at affordable prices, try these versions from the Pacific Northwest
Posted: February 6, 2004
Oregon produces its own distinctive wines, often with little fanfare. The state's most widely planted and best-known red grape is Pinot Noir. The cool climate in Oregon means that many of these Pinots are similar in style to red Burgundy, but at much more wallet-friendly prices.
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