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Pinot Noir

Pinot Noir is a well-known grape that is often used in many Champagnes and other sparkling wines. Pinots from California, Oregon, Australia, Chile and New Zealand tend to be bigger and richer in flavor, tasting fruitier than French Pinots. Pinot Noir grapes are difficult to grow, despite the fact that they are grown around the world, though mostly in cooler climates. When Pinot Noir wine is young, it tends to have red fruit aromas of ripe red berries, sweet black cherries, raspberries, and strawberries. As Pinot ages, it can develop more vegetal aromas like mushrooms; a forest floor aroma contributes to the wine’s complexity. The best food pairings for Pinot Noir differ depending on whether the wine is light, sweet, full-bodied, or mature. They can include cold meats and goat cheese, duck, salmon, and tuna, lamb and venison, or feathered game.

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