Google article title if interested, "In The Glass: Willamette Valley Vineyards Tualatin Estate Pinot Noir 2010"
"This is the reason why I love Oregon. The Pinot Noir here simply can’t be beat, and I am wholeheartedly a lover of fine Pinot Noir. This beauty from Willamette Valley Vineyards is a true expression of the stunning characteristics that can be displayed in excellent Willamette Valley Pinot Noirs. Combine our unique region with the talents of Willamette Valley Vineyards winemaker Don Crank, and the result is…"
"Willamette Valley Vineyards Tualatin Estate Pinot Noir 2010: Beautiful blackberry and ripe dark fruit aromas enhanced by smoky, earthy tones flow onto the palate like pure silk. The mouthfeel is pure bliss as it coats the mouth from one end to the other with velvety red fruit balanced by soft tannins and pleasant acidity. Lush and complex, yet seamless from front to back – absolutely delicious."
Every WVVI wine is hyped up like this to be the "greatest ever" . The Pinot Noir here can't be beat? Are they joking? It can't be beat by Burgundy? Pinot Noir isn't even the best wine WVVI makes, as the recent San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition didn't even give one medal to WVVI Pinot Noir. WVVI should rip up all their Pinot vines and plant nothing but Moscato and Riesling.