Grape – Pinot Noir
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Grape – Pinot Noir

Feb 28th, 2017 | Andrea

What is it?

Pinot Noir is a black grape variety with a thin skin. The wines are usualy light in color with low to medium levels of tannin.
The classic region for growing Pinot Noir is Burgundy.
Pinot Noir is very difficult to grow and take care of, but easy to drink!

Quick Reference Guide




Burgundy (Bourgogne)


Light to medium bodied red wine; Soft and light tannins


Since Pinot Noir is difficult to grow, it is solely responsible for some of the great wines of red Burgundies, however, you will also find some easy drinking Pinots from some of the cool areas in New Zealand.

How does it taste?

  • Red Fruits, raspberry
  • Strawberry
  • Cherry
  • Cabbage
  • Wet leaves
  • Mushrooms
  • Vanilla

What to eat?

  • Beijing Duck
  • Pork
  • Fried Chicken wings

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