Winery Map of the Day – Willamette Valley Pinot Noir Value Leaders

Yesterday's "Winery Map of the Day" highlighted some of the Willamette Valley's top rated Pinot Noir producers. Because many wine drinkers aren't inclined to regularly pay more than $30 for a bottle of Pinot, today's Winery Map of the Day focuses on 34 wineries that produce the highest rated Willamette Valley Pinot Noir with an average bottle price under $30.

Notable value leaders include LaVelle Vineyards and Silvan Ridge in the Eugene area, Cardwell Hill, Belle Vallee, Sprindrift and Tyee Wine Cellars in the Corvallis area, Illahe, Cherry Hill, Left Coast Cellars and Redhawk near Salem and Longplay, Thistle, Winter's Hill and Grochau between McMinnville and Portland

Great, cheap Pinot Noir may not exist, but these wineries prove that great, moderately priced Pinot does!

Click the image of the map below to see the complete list of wineries on an interactive Google map.

Published: June 3, 2013

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