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Pinot Noir

Pinot Noir is a thin-skinned grape, which produces light to medium-bodied wine with fresh acidity and soft to medium amounts of tannin. It is one of the most difficult to grow and prefers cooler climates such as northern France, Germany, New Zealand’s southern island, Oregon’s Willamette Valley, and coastal areas around South Africa, California and Australia. Due to its fickle nature, when it does well, it can be brilliant and produces some of the most enchanting wines, most notably from Burgundy, France. In addition to still wine, it is also one of the main grapes used in the production of Champagne as either part of a blend or in those wines labelled as “Blanc de Noirs” (white sparkling wine produced from red grapes). ...
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