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  • Julia Harding MW
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  • Julia Harding MW
24 Feb 2010

It is all too rarely that we see evidence in the UK of what goes on in vineyards and cellars in the Pacific Northwest. However, a recent generic tasting of wines from Washington and Oregon exposed British palates to a vast array of wines of a consistently high standard, especially among the reds, notably and perhaps predictably, Oregon Pinot…