What To Drink Now: Olema Pinot Noir

Melding fruit from Sonoma Coast and Russian River Valley, Olema Pinot Noir ($20) is easily one of the best bang for your buck wines available, ideal for pouring at your Thanksgiving dinner. Plush layers of wild strawberry, raspberry, woody herb, and truffle notes reveal a balanced wine, highlighting freshness, structure, and more complexity than you would imagine from a $20 wine. A lovely wine especially as you consider affordable holiday pairings.

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