The geogaphy of Pinot Noir or any grape drastically changes based on the amount of sunlight, length of sunlight, the degree of latitude from the equator, the elevation, and humidity. I will save you the boredom because I could go on an 6,000 word thesis on how every wine like these flavors change but I like you and not willing to put you to sleep. Instead, I will showcase the five geographical areas Pinots thrive and list suggestions to the reader to eventually want to try in a future date. Here we go!
Oregon Pinot Noir Flavors
Ruby to clear color with ripe raspberries, smoke, and barnyard on the nose with a tart, light finish!
Evening Land Vineyards: Wine Spectator Hit!
Domaine Serene Yamhill Cuvee: My favorite Oregon Pinot!
Sonoma Valley, California Pinot Noir Flavors
Paso Robles, California Pinot Noir Flavors
New Zealand Pinot Noir Flavors
Burgundy, France Pinot Noir Flavors
Ruby to garnet color with a tart raspberry and cherry on the nose with a purple flower, long, and elegant finish!
Domaine Bitouzet Volnay: Sneakingly Great!
Louis Jadot Nuit-Saint-Georges: The Longest Finish EVER!
Enjoy and let me know what you think!
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