Pinot Noir

Pinot Noir
Pinot Noir is the most popular light red wine in the world. Flavors include red fruits, florals and spices with a noticeably long smooth finish.
origin France, Burgundy
ancestry Natural crossing from Schwarzriesling x Traminer
Global Vineyard Area 86,662 Hectares / 1.88%
other names Blauburgunder, Blauer Arbst, Blauer Spätburgunder, Burgunder, Cortaillod, Morillon, Morillon Noir, Mourillon, Savagnin Noir or Salvagnin Noir.
bunch of grapes Small, compact, round berries with a thin skin and bluish-black color
Blatt pentagonal; with three to five lobes
maturing time Mid to late season
ideal floor Good sites with deep, calcareous, warm clay and plenty of water retention.
wine characteristics
Characteristically, Pinot Noir is not very dark in color. Its typical aroma is discreet with notes of red berries (strawberry, raspberry, sour cherry), forest soil and dried plums.
wine regions
Austria, Argentina, Australia, Canada, Chile, Great Britain, France, Germany, Moldova, New Zealand, Slovenia, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, USA