Promise & Peril

Stock up on Oregon’s exceptional 2019 Pinots, as wildfires leave 2020’s offerings in doubt

Promise & Peril
The Résonance tasting room sits on a hilltop in the Yamhill-Carlton AVA, where France’s Louis Jadot has expanded its footprint in the Willamette Valley. (Andréa Johnson)
From the Mar 31, 2022, issue

Pinot Noir lovers should stock up on the classic-rated 2019s, as the wildfire-affected 2020 vintage suggests slimmer pickings ahead. Get Wine Spectator's latest report, plus scores and tasting notes for top wines and top values.

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