9 Oregon Pinot Noirs at 90+ Points

These new reviews of 2016s and 2017s from Willamette Valley offer excitement aplenty

9 Oregon Pinot Noirs at 90+ Points
Ponzi focuses on the Chehalem Mountains AVA of the Willamette Valley. (William James Photography)
Nov 11, 2019

Blessed with the abundance of quality and quantity in recent years, Oregon continues to excel at Pinot Noir, as this selection of new reviews demonstrates. They all scored 90 points or higher and not one costs more than $45, which is not bad for a world-class Pinot.

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