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The microclimates of the Sonoma Coast AVA include the western portion of Carneros and the Petaluma Gap. The cool climate and low yield of these vineyards allow Pinot Noir grapes to mature slowly while retaining ...
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This 2009 Pinot Noir from Monterey, California is good. Deep crimson color with a mid to tight rim variation. Fruit notes of plum and black cherries and plum with a hint of vanilla and toasted oak. It has ...
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A sweet and fruity Pinot Noir is typically fruit driven with notes of raspberries, cherries, and strawberries. It carries delicate and light floral flavors with a feel of silk and also contains supple tannins. ...
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Garnet color. Rich aromas and flavors of cherry, baking spice, raspberry, and portabello with a silky, soft, dry medium body and a polished, interesting medium-length finish with silky tannins and light ...
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A brilliant garnet wave of wonder emerges from the bottle and fills the glass with vibrant aromas of ripe, wild strawberries, cherries and vanilla, leading into a sumptuous mouthful of sweet red fruits, ...
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Our Aquinas Pinot Noir is an intensely aromatic wine displaying notes of sweet cherry, Tahitian vanilla crème brulee and raspberry compote. It has a remarkably rich fruit ?favor of sweet cranberry ...
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Gorgeous ripe raspberry and cherry with subtle hints of eucalyptus/bay leaves announce this stunning Pinot Noir. On the palate this wine displays the silky and smooth characteristics one would expect from ...
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Unlike the rest of their red kin, Pinot Noir grapes prefer the cooler northern portion of the Central Coast over the warmer southern region. It’s a fussy grape, yet the wine is anything but.
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Sycamore Lane produces some of the most popular varietals in the world, and it all starts with carefully selected grapes that are grown in California’s most respected wine regions. With varietals of White ...
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The Pinot Noir is deep, dark purple in color with abundant red fruit and dark berry aromas and flavors. The ever-present underlying earthy character compliments its solid tannin structure and long fruity ...
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Color: Strawberry, boysenberry, allspice and vanilla. Nose/Palate: Well knit flavors of wild strawberries, licorice, orange peel, with a long finish. Overall Impression: An elegant and restrained Pinot ...
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This Pinot Noir is a light to medium bodied wine. It has a very luscious nose. The strawberries, earthiness of this wine really deliver a nice taste.
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Great pride is taken in the elegant, refreshing character of this Pinot Noir produced from Napa’s famed cool-climate Carneros district. It shows fresh violet, cherry and raspberry aromas and eschews over-extraction ...
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Unlike its big, bold, in-your-face counterparts, The Naked Grape Pinot Noir is the quiet-type –a soft, smooth red that’s full of black cherry & blueberry aromas. Pair it with anything and this varietal ...
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Crushed raspberries and ripe red cherry burst out of the glass from this perfectly balanced Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir. A full midpalate of red berries and plum lead to a lingering finish of fruit and acid ...
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With a lighter color, lower tannins, and a light to medium body, Pinot Noir wine is a favorite among red drinkers who prefer a balanced, fruitier and more subtle wine. As easy-going and pleasing as its flavors may be, the Pinot grapes are rather high maintenance. If high school taught us anything, it's that popularity allows for such privileged treatment. Sensitive to extreme conditions, Pinot Noir grows well in California and Oregon, New Zealand, Italy and France. We carry Pinot Noir for sale from each of these ideal growing regions to help you find the best bottles all in one place.

A basic rule of thumb when it comes to wine tasting is that reds are better suited for red meats and roasted vegetables while whites are better for chicken, fish and other light meats. If you're a fan of red wines, Pinot Noir is the perfect exception to the rule. The light body and balanced flavors of the best Pinot Noirs pair well with richer light meats like chicken, pork, veal, and duck. If you're still working on your wine and food pairings, the diverse profile of this red wine pairs well with many dishes, meaning you can buy Pinot Noir to keep on hand and still impress at dinner parties as if you paired them on purpose.

Have everyone over for mushroom risotto or a delicious white pizza to pair with Pinot. Sure, you'll have to clean up after company, but it's an excellent excuse not to drive. Cheers to purple mouths and wine teeth! Trust us, after a case, you won't even care.

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