Pinot Noir

Originally from the Burgundy region of France, Pinot Noir is considered an ancient, noble grape, Perhaps more than any other varietal Pinot Noir truly expresses its terroir in the glass with its silky textures and sensual earthy aromas. Outside of Burgundy (and even there too) Pinot Noir can be frustratingly difficult to grow and vinify, and has established a global reputation for being the most challenging grape to work with. This explains its often higher price and perhaps its international appeal among winemakers. In addition to France, exceptional Pinot Noirs are found in California's Napa Valley and Sonoma County.
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  • Seven Daughters Pinot Noir 250ml Can 4-Pack

    Seven Daughters California Pinot Noir in convenient 4 Pack of 250ml cans. We think Seven Daughters Pinot Noir is the perfect red wine for the ease of wine in cans - classic, but never conventional. It ‘goes with everything’. Serve it slightly chilled.

    • Terlato Vineyards Pinot Noir 2012

      Russian River Valley, California

      This Pinot Noir is truly Burgundian in style with an elusive aroma of violets, raspberries and strawberries and a light, nicely acidic balance. Pinot Noir is widely considered to produce some of the finest wines in the world.

    • Mischief and Mayhem Red Burgundy 2013

      Burgundy, France

      A classic red Burgundy with plenty of delicious rich cherry pie, plum and vanilla notes, all balanced with a subtle acidic structure. Ideal with light pasta dishes, chicken or pork.

    • Wairau River Pinot Noir Estate 2015

      Marlborough, New Zealand

      The Wairau River Estate Pinot Noir is soft and delicate with primary fruit characters of wild berries shadowed by subtle toasty oak. Wairau River is a remarkable family owned New Zealand winery known for their small batch production and dedication to quality.

      • Mike Ditka "The Hall of Famer" Pinot Noir 2014

        The Hall of Famer. The 2014 “The Hall of Famer” Pinot Noir is bright and flavorful, and will pair beautifully with pork, duck or lamb dishes, tomato or beet salads. Reach to new heights.

        • Mischief and Mayhem Volnay Veilles Vignes 2012

          Volnay, France

          This Volnay Vielles Vignes was produced from Pinot Noir sites with an average age of over 60 years, harvested from sites to the east and southeast of the historic village of Volnay. Bottled after 14 months in barrel, this is a wine of real elegance, purity and finesse. A delicious wine to drink by itself or an ideal accompaniment to roast duck, white game meats.

          • Chateau de Marsannay Marsannay Les Longeroies 2014

            Marsannay, France

            Château de Marsannay produces this Marsannay “Les Longeroies” from a prime 2.5-acre parcel situated on the upper part of a slope with clay and Prémeaux limestone soils. Dark violet in color, very mineral and elegant, with black fruit aromas and a hint of wooden notes. This pinot noir has a nice finish with silky tannins.

            • Domaine Ramonet Chassagne-Montrachet Rouge 2014

              Chassagne-Montrachet, France

              Chassagne-Montrachet Villages The Chassagne-Montrachet Rouge displays cherry and spice notes over dense tannins and good depth. It is a great example of the typical character of a Village Cuvée wine, with its light colored body, elegance and firmness.
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              • Sanford Pinot Noir La Rinconada Vineyard 2013

                Sta. Rita Hills, California

                Sta. Rita Hills. This Pinot Noir is made exclusively from the iconic La Rinconada estate vineyard. deep ruby red in color and is exploding with a combination of earthy cherry, sage, and white pepper. The palate delivers flavors of red fruits framed nicely by bright acidity.

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