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17 Years of Pinot Noir All-Americans

I reviewed seventeen years of California and Oregon Pinot Noir All-Americans to find the wineries that most often received this award. This is the highest indication of a winery’s consistently extraordinary output. Hitch your dedication to these dependable wineries and you will drink extremely well.


Benovia Winery^
Black Kite Cellars
Brogan Cellars*
Calera Wine Co*
COBB Wines^
Davis Family Vineyards
Dehlinger Winery^
Donum Estate^
Drew Family Cellars
Foursight Wines^
Freestone Vineyards^
Gary Farrell Vineyards & Winery
george Winery
J. Rochioli Vineyard & Winery^
Kutch Wines
Lynmar Estate
Maggy Hawk^
Morgan Winery
Paul Lato
Pisoni Estate^
Rhys Vineyards^
Sea Smoke Cellars^
Siduri Wines****
Sojourn Cellars*
Three Sticks Wines
Wayfarer Vineyard^
WesMar Winery*
William Selyem
Windy Oaks Estate Vineyards & Winery^


Alloro Vineyard^
Anam Cara Cellars^
Antica Terra
Bethel Heights^
Big Table Farm
Broadley Vineyards^
Cristom Vineyards^
DePonte Cellars^
Dion Vineyard^
Domaine Drouhin Oregon^
Et Fille
Evesham Wood^
Ken Wright Cellars
Laura Volkman Vineyards*
Lenné Estate^
Lumos Wine Company
Ponzi Vineyards^
Privé Vineyard*^
The Eyrie Vineyards^
Walter Scott Wines
White Rose Estate

* Brogan Cellars closed in 2018
* Calera sold to Duckhorn Wine Company in 2017
* Laura Volkman closed in 2013, now Potter’s Vineyard
* Privé Vineyard sold to new owner and winemaker in 2018
* Siduri sold to Jackson Family Wines in 2015
* Sojourn Cellars sold in 2020
* WesMar closed in 2021

^ Close to or 100% “estate bottled” Pinot Noir (The federally regulated term “estate bottled” on a label is very special for it indicates that the wine was produced in a continuous process and bottled at the winery from grapes grown from vineyards owned or farmed by the producer located within the same AVA as the winery. Look for “Grown, Produced & Bottled By” on the back label.)

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