Definitions for "PINOT NOIR"
Keywords:  burgundy, noir, oregon, champagne, pee
One of the five Bordeaux grapes known for it's earthy, spicy flavors. Pinot Noir thrives in cooler climates where a longer growing season is possible, providing even more depth to its flavor.* port: Fortified wine from Portugal, which is blended from several native grape varieties. Among them are: Touriga Nacional, Touriga Francesca, Tinta Barroca, and Tinta Roriz. Tawny is the best known and lightest in body and intensity. Vintage Port is reliant on producers declaring a year worthy of a 'vintage' release. These wines are extremely age worthy and should always be decanted upon opening.
(PEE-noh NWAR): Highly regarded noble red grape variety originally from Burgundy, proven to produce some of the most velvety, voluptuous red wines to be had.
The prime red grape of Burgundy, Champagne and Oregon.