What do you drink when you have to drink Pinot Noir but it can't be from France or the West Coast of the United States? Turns out there are a lot of options. The recap of this month's Wine Blogging Wednesday was posted yesterday by the host of the event, Jens at The Cincinnati Wine Garage. His roundup of the Web's favorite monthly virtual wine tasting event highlights around 35 reviews of New World Pinot Noir from places like Slovenia, New Zealand, New York State, Spain, Chile, New Mexico, Canada, and Australia. It's a great set of wines and looks like there were some excellent ones in the mix. Check out the list.
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