The 2006 Lange Three Hills Cuvee (90 points by Wine Advocate) is a great example of what Oregon is doing with pinot noir. This blend from three Lange estate vineyards is powerful on the nose with an earthy, dark cherry, and smoky taste. This rich-colored red wine is a fine expression of the jory soil in the Dundee Hills. There are more expensive wines on the Lange list and throughout the Dundee Hills, but few are any better. Read more at Howard’s blog, Grape Sense.

WHO: Lange Vineyards
WHAT: Pinot Noir
WHERE: Willamette Valley, Oregon
WHEN: 2006
HOW MUCH: $40

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