Pinot Noir
Pinot Noir is a dry, light-bodied red that was first widely planted in France. The wines typically have higher acidity and soft a soft, smooth, low-tannin finish.
Very red fruited (cherry, cranberry) and red-floral (rose), often with appealing vegetal notes of beet, rhubarb, or mushroom.
  • Fruit
  • Tannin
  • Acidity
  • Body

Suggested Food Pairings

French Cuisine
Roasted Duck
Cream Sauces