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I saw this thread and just had to throw in my 2 bits......

I tried a Domaine Chandon Pinot Noir the other day and was darn near knocked out of my shoes, it was more like a Pommard than anything I would have expected from California. Definitely a bit more robust than I like my Pinots, but certainly not one to be ignored. IMHO a great inexpensive Pinot (thats $15 or less for me) is Benton Lane Pinot Noir from Oregon.

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