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BrooklynGuy

Hey Corkdork,
I had a similar experience with Oregon Pinot a while back - I think that the better Oregon wineries are making amazing stuff, different in style but similar in quality to a lot of Burgundy. I visited Archery Summit a few years ago and loved their wines too, but I am sad to say that when their wine maker Gary Andrus left, the wines have lost their character and become more pedestrian, darker inkier and jammy. I hope you will try some more Oregon Pinots and see what you think.

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