Pinot Noir

Pinot Noir

Pinot Noir Wine

Pinot Noir is Burgundy's most renowned noble grape. Known as the "Red Burgundy", Pinot Noir is one of the most elegant wines produced in France. Now, Pinot Noir is already produced in regions around the world including Australia, California, Chile, France, Germany, Italy, New Zealand, Oregon, and Spain. The Pinot Noir's distinct geographical reach implies that you may also find it named as Blauburgunder, Pinot Nero, or Spätburgunder. Pinot Noir is a delicate grape to grow, but the work is always well worth the continuous attention and expense. The substantial build of these other grapes delivers a more age-worthy wine.

What does Pinot Noir taste like?

Pinot Noir is dry and normally presents a fruit-forward character, with blackberry, cherry, raspberry, and strawberry fruits invading the palate. Earthy hints are also popular in a glass of Pinot Noir like herbal, leather, mushroom and the like. There is also a warm spice hint of cinnamon, clove, and smoky tobacco distinctions.

Food Pairing

A glass of Pinot Noir pairs well with a broad variety of classic cuisines, ethnic dishes, and traditional favorites. This is due to its consistent acidity, fine and silky tannins in lighter-bodied style.

Characteristics:

FRUIT: Cranberry, Cherry, Raspberry
OTHERS: caramel, clove, cola, licorice, mushroom, tobacco, wet leaves, vanilla.
OAK: French Oak Barrels.
TANNIN: Medium Low

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