Best value Oregon Pinot Noir… ever. Bradley Vineyards Shea 2016

Full disclosure: I drink a LOT of Oregon Pinot Noirs. A LOT. I’ve likely rated close to 100 of them on my cellar tracking app, yet I rarely, if ever write about them here. Why? As I’ve often said, Pinot’s are like Porsches, they can be great, or they can be terrible, but they’re always expensive. The focus of this website is to find and share value priced wines. Well, this one is great, and it’s also very reasonably priced, which I find astounding.

It is a Broadley Vineyards 2016 Shea Vineyards Pinot Noir. I bought it online at The Wine Exchange last week for less than $25/bottle. This tastes better than several $40 Oregon Pinot’s I’ve tasted, and it fact punches at the $70/bottle weight class all day long.

Not sure if they have any left at that price, but give it a try and let me know what you think.

I have two more bottles after this one to savor and reflect on my good fortune with.

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