Remarkable Pinot Noirs from Oregon Discovered at This Year’s IPNC

Oregon has long been known for its spectacular scenery and fertile soils, but it hasn’t been until the early 1980’s or so that the state began to achieve international recognition as a major wine-producing region. Willamette Valley, roughly an hour’s drive south of Portland, is on the map as one of the best regions in the country for producing world-class Pinot Noir wines that have a style all their own. St. Innocent Temperance Hill Pinot Noir LabelI just returned from the International Pinot Noir Celebration in McMinnville, Oregon, where hundreds of consumers, producers and winemakers gathered to share their love of the seductive grape.

 Click Here to read about some remarkable Pinot Noir wines from Oregon

 Click Here to listen to my Pinot Noir recommendations on WTOP Radio’s Wine of the Week

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