Pinot Noir (Wine Introduction).

Pinot Noir – the grape and the wine.


Pinot Noir (classic tasting notes: cherries, raspberries and smoke).

The premier red-wine grape of the Burgundy region of France. Get to know it first from Burgundy. Then try a few New World regions that do well with it, for example Pinot Noir from Oregon.

Food Pairing: serve with pan fried pork chops, steamed green beans topped with butter-browned slivered almonds, and spaetzle (traditional German egg noodles).

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