It’s Pinot Noir, we all love Pinot Noir. It’s what they make red Burgundy from for crying out loud, and it’s not as expensive as Burgundy.
Well, sort of. With the ever increasing pricing of many domestic wines, all of a sudden there are some pretty competitive offerings coming not only from Burgundy, but from many other regions as well. New Zealand is a great example. Many domestic producers better watch out or they’re going to get spanked, and stuck with plenty of Pinot to sell. Not at $40 a bottle.
We are introducing our QPR rating for these wines. It is a simple ranking dividing point score by price, offering you another way to compare wines.
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