Pinot Noir

Pinot Noir is a red-skinned grape that grows well in cooler climates. It is used to make pure varietal Pinot Noir wines as well as blends and sparkling wines, such as Blanc-de-Noirs Champagne.

What kind of wine is made with Pinot Noir? Generally Pinot Noir wines are light and fruity, lacking rough tannins.

What is the History of Pinot Noir? Pinot Noir’s origins trace back to the Burgundy region, with mentions dating to the Roman era, marking it among the oldest grape varieties.

What does Pinot Noir taste like? Pinot Noir is revered for its elegant profile, often characterized by red fruit flavors like cherry and raspberry, complemented by earthy undertones and floral and spice notes
, a silky texture, and vibrant acidity.

Serving tips for Pinot Noir: When serving Pinot Noir, consider slightly chilling it for around 15-20 minutes before pouring, opt for wider, bowl-shaped glasses to capture its bouquet, and pair it with diverse foods, such as grilled salmon, mushroom dishes, or poultry.