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About This Wine
Popular Wines Made From Pinot Noir Varietal Grapes:
- Pinot Negro
- Red Burgundy
A good Pinot Noir is one of the safest red wines, along with Merlot, to serve to a big group of people.
These wines have flavors of ripe red berries, sweet black cherries, mushrooms and what sommeliers call forest floor, that smell you get from freshly fallen damp leaves.
Pinot Noir was born in the Burgundy region of France, and it’s in Burgundy where the best Pinot Noir is still produced. Like many other regions of France, Pinot Noir producers do not refer to their Pinot Noir wine as Pinot Noir, but instead call it red Burgundy, after the region where it’s made.
Taste: Delicate savoury aromas and red fruit flavors of cherry, strawberry, raspberry and plum are accompanied by additional complex flavors which can emerge as the wines age and mature. These additional flavors include fig, truffle, wood smoke and violets as well as forest floor and animal notes of mushroom and leather. Age can add great complexity to the best wines.
Tannin: Low to medium
Age: Most are best when young, while top quality wines develop great complexity with age.
Wine-making in 4 easy steps
Mix the Juice & Yeast
Ferment for 28 Days
Add Degas & Clarifiers
Bottle & Enjoy
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Pinot Noir a fantastic red wine
We love ordering these red wine kits. It's so easy to make. We have purchased and made many. Love the free shipping.
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pinot is one of the best to me and especially my wife
so easy to make, and if you mess up it still turns up great, on this 11% Pinot concentrate. If you just put in in a bucket and add decent water, and the yeast, and keep it around 70-76 degrees F, you can drink a fine wine after 30 days. Just leave an inch or so when you do the final racking into bottles after 30 days. If you do the directions, it will even be a bit better. Doesn't need much time to taste great, 30 days OK, but 90 fabulous.
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