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Wine Spectator has dropped its list of annual Top 100 list, which definitively names the otherwise totally vague winners of the "Year's Most Exciting Wines." But yay excitement — four of the 100 are Oregon-based, with Rex Hill's 2009 Pinot Noir, Evening Land's 2009 Chardonnay "La Source," and Domaine Serene's 2008 making the list. Tops among Oregon: Carlton's Resonance Vineyard, which came in at #30. [WS]

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