"Value" and "Pinot Noir" are not often found in the same sentence. That's because Pinot is the fussy child of red wines, persnickety in the vineyard and in the cellar, making average price-points for the wines relatively high. But as today's selection of new releases demonstrates, and as George Gershwin once rhapsodized, it ain't necessarily so: These picks are all $30 or less. Get the scores and tasting notes!
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