One of America’s most influential wine publications, Wine Spectator, has seen fit to identify the 2009 harvest of California Pinot Noir as potentially the best ever. While the magazine has yet to taste all of the more than 600 wines it plans to assess, senior editor and lead Californian taster James Laube said an “unprecedented” number of the Pinots sampled so far have rated 90 points or above — a rating that the magazine deems as ...

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