Pinot Noir

Pinot Noir is a difficult grape to grow, demanding optimal growing conditions of consistently warm days followed by cool evenings. It’s typically a lighter- to medium-bodied, fruit-forward red wine. Pinot Noir is one of France’s most famous grapes with the nickname "Red Burgundy,” but it’s also planted in regions of Oregon, California, New Zealand, Australia, Chile, Spain, Germany, and Italy.