Is Great With: meat loaf; pork chops; bacon and baked ham; roast chicken; Brussels sprouts and green vegetables
Pinot Noir is a red grape found all over the world; it is originally from the Burgundy region of France. (When people talk about a “Red Burgundy”, they are talking about a Pinot Noir.) Pinot Noir is capable of producing a complex red wine, full of aromas like raspberries, strawberries, violets, all spice, and tobacco. Pinot Noir is relatively low in tannins and high in acidity; it makes a lighter red wine than big-hitters like Cabernet Sauvignon and Shiraz, but due to its complex aromas and mouthfeel, Pinot Noir can pair well with most foods.
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If you like Pinot Noir, you may like other red wines like Brunello, Merlot, and Carmenere.
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