Tasting notes and reviews for pinot noir wines.
Pinot noir is a type of red wine grape that belongs to the Vitis vinifera genus. It’s also probable that the name refers to wines produced mainly from Pinot noir grapes. The name comes from the words “pine” and “black” in French. The name pine refers to the grape variety’s tightly clustered, pine cone-shaped fruit bunches.
Round & full. Umami & Brioche.
Complex & evolved. Brioche & raspberry.
Evolved & elegant. Yeast & yogurt.
Fruity & elegant. Yogurt & raspberry.
Evolved & elegant.
Elegant & evolved. Hazelnut.
Evolved & complex. Mature & Umami.
Deep & umami. Coffee & bread crust.
Toasty & elegant. Strawberry & violet petals.
Fragrant & evolved. Candied fruit & toasted almond.
Elegant & fragrant. Marzipan & orange peel.
Fruity & elegant. Yogurt & raspberry tart.
Fruity & fragrant. Raspberry & candied lemon peel.
Toasty & refreshing. Yogurt & toasted almonds.
Complex & full. Yogurt & candied citrus fruit.
Aromatic & refreshing. Raspberry & lemon blossom.
Juicy & round. Red currant jam & tarragon.
Floral, delicate, elegant. Rose and red berries.
Intriguing. Balsamic herbs and white peach.
Delicate with red berries and dry rose.
Fresh with soft tannins. Raspberry, leather, graphite, vanilla.
Elegant, complex. Apricot, short pastry, vanilla ice cream.
Very elegant, evolved. Berries, coffee, chocolate.
Vibrant, elegant and umami. Raspberry, mushroom, graphite.
Blend of Grenache Noir / Cinsault / Pinot noir / Syrah (Shiraz) / Roussanne
Elegant and easy to drink. Intriguing, unexpected nose.
Blend of Nebbiolo / Pinot noir / Cabernet Sauvignon / Merlot
Complex, elegant, sumptuous. Fig leaf, coffee, toasty notes.
Evolved and yeasty. Bread and pastry notes.
Spicy and round. Vanilla and patisserie notes.
Complex, round, full. Mature cheese, apricot and almond paste.
Balanced, round. Fragrant notes, biscuit and pastry.