Here at Reverse Wine Snob we're nonpartisan when it comes to wine and wine closures. Corks, screw caps, Zorks, tetrapaks, boxes -- it's all … [Read more...]
The Best Pinot Noir - The Reverse Wine Snob Picks!
Don't fall for the "great Pinot Noir has to expensive" mantra we hear so much! For some reason this variety tends to be extremely susceptible to snobbery, with consumers and winemakers alike dreaming of transcendental experiences. And while it is indeed a finicky grape to grow, that doesn't mean you have to spend a boatload just to get a decent bottle.
Even so Pinot Noir can still be a hard nut to crack under $20, but don't despair, we've got plenty of reviews and recommendations right here and they are not all from where you might expect! One of the most important rules you can follow in your quest for the best inexpensive Pinot Noir is to not limit yourself to Oregon, Burgundy and California. Places like New Zealand, the rest of France and even Germany can produce great Pinot as well -- and the best part is that it is oftentimes at a much lower price!
Read on for our picks of The Best Pinot Noir Under $20!
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100% Pinot Noir from Rheinhessen, Germany. Fermented and aged in stainless steel. Available for around $10. 1,500 cases produced. … [Read more...]
100% Pinot Noir from Willamette Valley, Oregon. (55% from the Chehalem Mountains and Ribbon Ridge AVAs, 16% from Yamhill Carlton, 22% from … [Read more...]
BULK BUY! 100% Pinot Noir from Languedoc, France. SRP of $9 and available for around $8. Imported by Palm Bay International. Sample … [Read more...]
Pinot Noir from Monterey, California. SRP of $15 and available for as low as $11. (Source price of $20.) 7,000 cases produced. Sample … [Read more...]
This post brought to you by: Today we've got two wines from Waterstone Winery in Carneros, an area much celebrated for Pinot Noir and … [Read more...]