Pinot Noir

A grape with a long history. For good reason: It can be used to create a myriad of wine styles.

Pinot-Braised Lamb Shanks

If you have a bottle of Pinot Noir laying around. Try this delicious braised lamb shanks recipe! 

World-Class Pinot Noirs

Pinot Noirs are versatile light-bodied wines that can be paired with a bevy of foods. 

Food Pairings

Cured Meat
Salami, Prosciutto, Bresaola, Bacon
Poultry
Chicken, Duck, Turkey
Sautéed Or Fried
Soft Cheese & Cream1
Brie, Mascarpone, Crème Fraîche
Fungi
Crimini, Maitake, Chanterelle

Sweetness Scale

  • Bone Dry

  • Dry

  • Off-Dry

  • Medium Sweet

  • Very Sweet

About Pinot Noir

Pinot Noir – also known as Red Burgundy – is an ancient red grape variety that originated in the French region of Burgundy, where historic references date back over two thousand years. Pinot Noir is a difficult grape to grow and is successfully produced only in cool to moderate regions of the world, such as California, Oregon, Germany, New Zealand, and Australia. Pinot Noir is a product of its region and shows earthier aromatics in old-world expressions and fruitier aromatics in new-world expressions.

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