11 Outstanding Oregon Pinot Noirs

New reviews of 2018 Pinot Noirs from Willamette Valley, up to 92 points

11 Outstanding Oregon Pinot Noirs
Coast Range Estate in Yamhill-Carlton is one of three sources for Trisaetum's 2018 Pinot Noir. (Courtesy of James Frey)
Jan 25, 2021

With so many new winemakers and Pinot Noir projects, exciting things are happening in Oregon's Willamette Valley. And the region's veteran vintners are making some of the best reds of their careers. Both old and new faces are highlighted in this week's selection of 2018 Pinot Noirs that earned 90 points or more on Wine Spectator’s 100-point scale.

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