Pinot Noir grape
Pinot noir grape wine
The Pinot Noir is a red grape variety, considered one of the most international and elegant. The name may also refer to wine created from the strain of Pinot Noir.
Where is Pinot Noir wine made?
It is native to Burgundy. It is one of the strains mixture comprising most Champagne (foaming of the homonymous region), as well as many sparkling world. It is also considered one of the finest in the world for the production of varietal wines, Bourgogne varieties gives some of the most exclusive and expensive wines in the world for its low output, such as Romanée Conti.
This vid is made with a very fine wine. It is characterized by low taninosa structure, medium body awakening refined and subtle sensations in the mouth. Pinot Noir produces an extremely soft, fresh and fruity wine with a very good bouquet, with an acidity that makes it quite lively and persistent on the palate without being aggressive.
On the nose, red Pinot Noir can achieve excellence aromatic (cherry, cassis, strawberry, raspberry, violet, leather, licorice evolve a delicate aroma with aging) and support good parenting. The aromas of this wine are red and black fruits like cherry, blackberry, raspberry, plum, among the highlights. The primary aromas are determined by black currants, truffles. It also highlights floral notes such as roses wilted.
A view is a wine that has a special luminosity, reminiscent of a more opaque bright red tile, unlike the French Pinot Noir wines that are characterized by a rather more luminous glow. Their color varies according to age: a red ruby or purple when young, orange to ocher, after 8-10 years of cellaring, holding a middle layer.
The palate is usually light wine, but structured, if vinified old Burgundian style, you may require years of aging to soften the tannins provided by the stalks.