Pinot Noir

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Pinot Noir
Pinot Noir is a thin-skinned grape known for creating elegant wines with flavors of red fruit and some earthiness. It is a testament to the sheer quality of the grape that so many winemakers try to produce it, as it is a notoriously difficult grape to grow, extremely prone to late spring frosts, disease, and becoming overripe. But when Pinot Noir is good, it’s really, really good – and well ...more
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2016 Baseline Pinot Noir

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4.1

“Complex, Elegant, Barrel Aged”

$49.99 Regular Price$41.99 Members

2016 QTY Pinot Noir

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4.2

“Complex, Textured, Single Vineyard”

$49.99 Regular Price$41.99 Members

2017 Endgame Pinot Noir

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4.1

“Earthy, Elegant, Premium”

$37.99 Regular Price$31.99 Members

2017 Folly of the Beast Pinot Noir

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4

“Red Fruit, Round, Classic”

$18.99 Regular Price$16.99 Members

2018 Alma Libre Pinot Noir

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3.7

“Easy Drinking, Red Fruit, Crowd Pleaser”

$14.99 Regular Price$12.99 Members

2017 Pacificana Pinot Noir

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3.9

“Easy Drinking, Brambly, Pretty”

$14.99 Regular Price$12.99 Members

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Pinot Noir

Pinot Noir also plays an important role in sparkling wine, especially Champagne and méthod champenoise sparklers. It can be used to create sparkling rosé wines, but if the winemaker employs quick pressing and lack of skin contact it can also produce the white blanc de noirs style sparkling wine – which literally translates to white wine made from black grapes. It is prized in this context for its body and ...more

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