Buying and collecting Pinot Noir can sometimes be frustratingly expensive. But this week’s selection shows that this doesn’t have to be the case. All of these wines are priced under $36, and many are made in sizable volumes, which means they're easier to find. These reds offer plenty of diversity as well, coming from noteworthy appellations throughout California, Oregon and New York.
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