8 Takes on an Oregon Evening

Distinguished wine writers recount a night’s variety in Oregon wine


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Brunello Bob

Sure, there were Pinot Noirs, and they were very nice, but the real eye openers for me were the white wines, with several varietals represented. At the risk of over-generalizing, I must say there was a consistent level of quality and freshness to the various whites we tasted, each having the good level of acidity required to balance out the fruit and structure, and tie the components together. If you like great Sangiovese as much as I do, and therefore good acidity in your wine, than you need to check out the wines of Oregon.

 
 
 
 

 

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