Oregon Pinot Noir v the rest
14 Dec 2009 by Jancis Robinson
Good things are worth waiting for, aren't they? I certainly hope so, for below are the 48 tasting notes I took on my blackberry at the evening walk-round tasting of this year's IPNC in Oregon last July. The idea is that each year the organisers of this Pinotfest concentrate on the vintage two years earlier and invite an equal number of Oregon producers (those whose turn it is to exhibit) and those who produce Pinot Noir elsewhere in the world. I list first the Oregon wines alphabetically by producer (sur)name and then the non-Oregon wines, also alphabetically, but divided by country or significant region. Pinotphiles should...

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