Types of Wine: Pinot Noir

So versatile, Pinot Noir is great with poultry, salmon, and meat dishes. Find out what to pair with this food-friendly red.

Recipes to Pair with Pinot Noir

Pinot Noir is an often elegant wine that tastes of red fruits like cherries, raspberries, and strawberries. With time, Pinot might develop earthy aspects like mushrooms and decaying leaves (in a good way).

Try Pinot with chicken, lamb, roast pork loin, duck, and veal.

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Where Pinot Noir Calls Home

Pinot made its mark initially in Burgundy, France, where its pedigree stretches back at least 2,000 years. Today, tasty Pinot Noir is made in Oregon, New Zealand, and some of the cooler spots in California.

Aromas: Red currant, strawberry, cherry (red or black), raspberry, violets, mushrooms, decaying leaves, cola