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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  • Flor de Campo Pinot Noir 2014

    The Flor de Campo Pinot Noir is garnet with a ruby hue and is busting with bright red fruits like raspberry and bing cherry.

    • 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.

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