Brilliance of Oregon Pinot Noir

By on October 9, 2016
Oregon Pinot Noir

Pinot Noir from one vineyard in Oregon wine country can taste completely different than Pinot Noir grown on a nearby hill in a different AVA. (Photo by Andy Perdue/Great Northwest Wine)

When you focus on one grape, you get pretty good at it. This works in the Old World with Burgundy (Pinot Noir), Bordeaux (Cabernet Sauvignon) and Tuscany (Sangiovese), as well as in the New World with Napa Valley (Cabernet Sauvignon) and Australia (Syrah).

In Oregon, more than 60 percent of the vines are planted to Pinot Noir, making Oregon the most focused wine-producing state on the West Coast.

Here are a dozen delicious Oregon Pinot Noirs we’ve tasted recently. Ask for them at your favorite wine merchant or contact the wineries directly.

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Articles credited to Great Northwest Wine are authored by Eric Degerman and other contributors. In most cases, these are wine reviews that are judged blind by the Great Northwest Wine tasting panel.

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