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  • Devils Corner Pinot Noir 750ml Wine Devil's Corner

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    Devil’s Corner Pinot Noir 750ml

    Devil’s Corner Pinot Noir This Devil's Corner Pinot from the Eastern Coast of Tasmania and the Tamar Valley region is a stylish fruit-driven produc...

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    Oyster Bay Pinot Noir 750ml

    Oyster Bay Pinot Noir is a wine that originates from the Oyster Bay region in New Zealand. The region has a long history of wine production, dating...

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  • Tamar Ridge Pinot Noir 750ml Pinot Noir Tamar Ridge
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    Tamar Ridge Pinot Noir 750ml

    Tamar Ridge Pinot Noir Fruit from our estate vineyards in Tamar Valley for the Tamar Ridge Pinot Noir. A blend of traditional and modern techniques...

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Pinot Noir is a variety of grapes used to make Pinot Noir Wine. The name Pinot comes from the French translation of pine because Pinot Noir grape clusters grow in pine cone-shape. And Noir is a reference to the dark hue.

Pinot Noir Wine contains 100% Pinot Noir grapes; rosé pinot noir, white pinot noir, red pinot noir, and sparkling pinot noir. Pinot Noir is a blended wine, similar to Champagne made of Sancerre and blended rosé.

Pinot Noir Grape has the following characteristics:

  • Selective: These grapes grow in a narrow range of conditions and temperatures. They grow best in dry climates with warm days and cool nights and in clay chalky or soil.
  • Fast: These grapes have a short harvesting season of around 100 days.
  • Delicate: These grapes have thin skin and are more susceptible to diseases than other grapes.

Where is Pinot Noir Grown?

Though Pinot Noir grapes are temperamental and difficult to cultivate, they are grown worldwide. In France, most Pinot Noir grapes come from the Burgundy region, an official wine-growing region for Pinot Noir.

Pinot Noir grapes are also grown in Germany (famous as Spätburgunder or "late Burgundian"). In addition, they have grown Austria with the name Blauburgunder or "blue Burgundian", and Italy with its synonym "Pinot Nero".

Outside Europe, California's wine-growing regions, the Russian River Valley, and the Central Coast all produce the Pinot Noir grapes. Oregon's Willamette Valley is also well-known for its Pinot Noir.

New Zealand, Chile, Australia, and South Africa are major exporters of Pinot Noir Wine.

Popular Pinot Noir Wine in Australia

Order Fickle Mistress Marlborough Pinot Noir

This Wine layered with red and blackberry fruits complements the blossoming dark plum aromas. The cool climate of Marlborough consistently gives exceptional red fruit flavours of raspberry, cherry, and redcurrant.

The aroma starts with perfumed notes and intense strawberries, with complex spice and oak characters unfolding. The palate is tightly structured yet mouth-filling with well-integrated oak complexities.

Buy Tempus Two Platinum Series Pinot Noir

Winemakers use fruits from the cool climatic Adelaide Hills in making this Pinot Noir Wine. It has a semi-translucent dark red colour with a light red hue and black-tinged edges.

It has the aromas of ripe cherries infused with toasty spice and oak. This Tempus Two Wine has bright acidity with spice, dried herbs, and mint lingering on the aftertaste.

Select Ten Miles East Pinot Noir

It has a vibrant and bright personality with a complex yet supple palate. Lifted raspberries, cherries, and blackberries give a good acidic flavour and tannin structures. Winemakers age it for 12 months in oak on lees.

Opt for Edith Sound Pinot Noir

It has a bright dark red colour with a luminous purple-red hue and black tinged edges. Its light and uncomplicated, anise and dark cherry flavours, backed by lively acidity and toasty oak, have a spicy finish.

It is best to consume this drink within 1-2 years after bottling. In addition, it has 13.5% ABV.

Purchase Squealing Pig Pinot Noir

The pristine cool climate and sun-drenched days allow fruits to ripe magnificently and produce aromas of blackberry, red cherry, and cocoa. Squealing Pig Wine is generous and rich with velvet-like tannins and a long finish.

Choose Devil's Corner Pinot Noir

This Wine displays a sweet and juicy palate with perfumed-style dark fruits, spicy black cherry, and hints of raspberries. It is brightly coloured with purple tones.

How to Taste Pinot Noir Wine?

While tasting the Pinot Noir Wine, follow the steps mentioned below to ensure the best experience:

  • Look: Look at the Wine to examine its colour and opacity through the glass. Its light colour may trick you into assuming that it will have a light flavour.
  • Smell: Swirl the glass for a minimum of 10 seconds and take a whiff. Stick your nose into the glass to deep inhale. Taking in the first impressions of the Wine, check what you smell.
  • Taste: Take small sips of wine and swirl it around in your mouth. While first tasting, determine the sugar, tannins, acidity, and alcohol content. Then, move to specific tasting notes (spice, berries, wood).

How to Serve a Pinot Noir Wine?

The ideal temperature to serve Pinot Noir Wine ranges from 55 to 65°F. It can be fresh and delicate or rich and oak-aged. To serve lighter Wines, keep the temperature close to 55°F.

If you can't finish a Pinot Noir bottle, replace the cork and keep it back in the fridge. The flavours will stay fresh for at least 1–3 days. After that, the Wine will start oxidizing.

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