Pinot Noir

One of the noblest red wine grapes. Pinot noir is difficult to grow, rarely blended, with no roughness. Food pairings: excellent with grilled salmon, chicken, lamb and Japanese dishes (notably sushi rolls). Districts: makes the great reds of Burgundy (from Bourgogne, France), and good wines from Austria, California, Oregon, and New Zealand. Typical taste in varietal wine: very unlike Cabernet Sauvignon. The structure is delicate and fresh. The tannins are very soft; this is related to the low level of polyphenols. The aromatics are very fruity (cherry, strawberry, plum), often with notes of tea-leaf, damp earth, or worn leather. Yet pinot noir is very transparent to the place where it is grown. The staggering range of wines produced makes it pointless to define which personality is the best expression of the variety.

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  1. Maris Pinot Noir Can

    Maris Pinot Noir Can


    Fresh pomegranate, cranberry, and raspberry fruit with bright acidity. Organic Pinot Noir in a can. Learn More
  2. Pinot Project Pinot Noir

    Pinot Project Pinot Noir


    The Pinot Project was founded in 2009 by well-known wine importer Michael Skurnik. After more than 25 years of importing wines from around the world, Michael, who also represents a who’s who portfolio of the finest California wineries, reached out to his roster of quality winemakers with a project to help him craft the finest quality Pinot Noir on the market for under $20 per bottle. Along with the deft hands of a consulting winemaker who seeks out individual lots of Pinot Noir from the finest growing areas of Northern California, a soft, silky, fruit-forward, drinkable, and high quality Pinot Noir called The Pinot Project was created Learn More
  3. 2012 Nicolas Pinot Noir

    2012 Nicolas Pinot Noir


    Pleasing dark red garnet color. Spicy nose of roasted fruit with leathery undertones and cloves. Fleshy and full, yet very supple. Learn More
  4. Villages De France Pinot Noir

    Villages De France Pinot Noir


    Pinot Noir translates as 'black pine' in French, and is named as such due to the extremely inky color of the fruits, which hang in bunches the shape of a pine cone. Wineries often struggle with Pinot Noir vines, as more than most red wine grape varietals, they fail in hot temperatures and are rather susceptible to various diseases which can be disastrous when hoping for a late harvest. Thanks to new technologies and methods for avoiding such problems, however, the Pinot Noir grape varietal has spread across the world to almost every major wine producing country. Why? Quite simply because this is considered to be one of the finest grape varietals one can cultivate, due to the fact that it can be used to produce a wide range of excellent wines full of interesting, fresh and fascinating flavors Their thin skins result in a fairly light-bodied wine, and the juices carry beautiful notes of summer fruits, currants and berries, and many, many more. Learn More
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  6. Parducci Pinot Noir

    Parducci Pinot Noir


    Parducci Small Lot Blend Pinot Noir offers aromas of juicy, ripe raspberries and strawberries. Its berry flavors are full and rich on the palate, picking up a hint of cedar in the finish. Learn More
  7. Guenoc Pinot Noir 2015

    Guenoc Pinot Noir 2015


    The 2015 vintage was another long and dry growing season. However, due to mild summer temperatures, the fruit came in with high acidity while still allowing it to ripen to full maturity. Our 2015 Pinot Noir has cherry, white pepper and spice flavors accompanied by hints of oak on the palate. This wine has a bright acidity with soft tannins and a smooth finish of concentrated red fruit flavors. This Pinot goes well with grilled ribs, salmon or light pasta dishes. Varietal: 91% Pinot Noir, 9% Other Reds Appellation: California Alcohol: 13.5% Learn More
  8. Cline Pinot Noir

    Cline Pinot Noir


    The deep red velvet color and notes of cedar, spearmint, lilacs and dark chocolate make this an elegant and complex wine. This is an excellent choice to pair with oregano-rubbed leg of lamb,braised pork shank, or blackened sea bass. Learn More
  9. Le Val Pinot Noir 2015

    Le Val Pinot Noir 2015


    Tannins predominate over fruit in this closed and tight wine. It should soften a little with time, so look for its red cherry fruit from the end of 2017. Learn More
  10. 2013 The Pinot Project Pinot Noir

    2013 The Pinot Project Pinot Noir


    Hand-crafted from the finest California PINOT Noir grapes. Pure PINOT aromas and flavors -- black cherries kissed by oak and complimented by just the right amount of Asian spice. Extremely versatile with a host of your favorite dishes. Enjoy in moderation as soon as possible. This label will self-destruct in 5 seconds. Learn More
  11. Joseph Drouhin Pinot Noir

    Joseph Drouhin Pinot Noir


    A pretty, floral style of Pinot with a lower acidity requiring little or no cellaring. Making it a modern style by French standards. Joseph Drouhin Who was Joseph Drouhin? He was one of Burgundy's most successful 'Negociants' representing other growers as well as his own vineyards. Today, with his great-grandson in charge, they continue to produce excellent Burgundies, owning vineyards from Chablis in the North to Macon in the South. Learn More
  12. Julia James Pinot Noir

    Julia James Pinot Noir


    California wine has been produced since the area’s first European settlers arrived centuries ago. Today, California wine country is the source for 90 percent of wine made in the United States, from everyday table wines to some of the world’s most sought-after bottlings. Learn More
  13. Macedon Pinot Noir 2014

    Macedon Pinot Noir 2014


    Dappled made the wine from a close-planted, high altitude site planted in 1986, which Macedon Pinot Noir master, Michael Dhillon of Bindi, consulted on clone and aspect. Using 15% whole bunch and wild yeast in the ferment, this is a varietal Pinot which celebrates its mature vines and the cool climate of Macedon but is backed by superb winemaking. It has a perfumed, bright nose with some floral and deep brambly fruit aromas. The palate builds on that generosity, with flavours of dark cherry and some savoury, smoky charcuterie notes. What's immediately impressive is its textured mouthfeel and satiny web of tannin. Great now, but will cellar too." Learn More
  14. Pavolino Pinot Noir 16' U

    Pavolino Pinot Noir 16' U


    Medium ruby-red in color, darkening to garnet with age. Appreciated throughout the world for its characteristic and elegant floral fragrance and its stylish, velvety flavor. This Pinot Noir is enhanced by a lingering finish bursting with talc and features just the right touch of backbone. Learn More
  15. Alfredo Roca Pinot Noir

    Alfredo Roca Pinot Noir


    Fresh, fruity cherry, citrus and rose aromas are light and airy. This feels a bit raw and scratchy, while currant, red plum and brown sugar flavors finish juicy, snappy and uncushioned. This has all the requirements of a good picnic Pinot Noir. Learn More
  16. Barkan Pinot Noir Israel

    Barkan Pinot Noir Israel


    Producing a fine Pinot Noir requires an exact balance of warm days and cool nights. Barkan found this balance in their vineyard at Mitzpah Ramon in the high desert. The wine is marked by soft, yet palpable tannin, with a fresh almost strawberry aroma with hints of black cherries and mint. Barkan Pinot Noir's medium body and crisp finish goes well with grilled salmon or veal, and is best served at a cool room temperature. Learn More
  17. Le Petite Francais Blanc

    Le Petite Francais Blanc


    Match fun and well-fruited reds with easy going comfort foods. Burgers, meat loaf, pasta Bolognese, braised braciole, shepherd's pie, pizza pie or spiced lamb hand pies all fit the bill. Learn More
  18. Le Petite Francais Cabernet Pinot

    Le Petite Francais Cabernet Pinot


    Match fun and well-fruited reds with easy going comfort foods. Burgers, meat loaf, pasta Bolognese, braised braciole, shepherd's pie, pizza pie or spiced lamb hand pies all fit the bill. Learn More
  19. Underwood Pinot Noir

    Underwood Pinot Noir


    Self-described as a “notable every day wine” this meets the challenge. Given the price, it's a winner, with 58% of the grapes coming from the Umpqua Valley AVA. The light strawberry fruit carries herbal and bitter green flavors, yet everything is in proper proportion. Learn More
  20. Bread & Butter Pinot Noir

    Bread & Butter Pinot Noir


    A rich coating of oaky, sweet-seeming vanilla and maple notes dominates this medium-bodied, broad and rich wine. The modest cherry and berry flavors can't quite compete with all the oak, but there's no denying that it's tasty. Learn More
  21. 2013 Fleur Carneros Pinot Noir

    2013 Fleur Carneros Pinot Noir


    This delicious Pinot Noir from Carneros displays a brilliant ruby color that sets the stage for aromas of pomegranate and bright red fruit, with hints of exotic spice. While dominated by effusive fruit flavors, the wine is well-balanced with a mouthful of ripe berries and a harmonious combination of acidity and structure. This is a richer Pinot than you expect at this price. Learn More
  22. 2013 Martin Ray Russian River Valley Pinot Noir

    2013 Martin Ray Russian River Valley Pinot Noir


    Our Russian River Valley Pinot Noir is aged for 8 months in French oak barrels. This oak driven Pinot Noir the color of bright red apples has surprising aromas of sweet earthy truffle and dried wild berries with good dimension. Supple and pleasant bright flavors of raspberries and strawberries with nice fruit buoyancy that finishes round and soft. Food & Wine Pairing: Grilled salmon steaks with olive oil and orzo, mushroom risotto or butternut squash would be a perfect match for our Pinot Noir. Learn More
  23. 2012 Castle Rock Pinot Noir

    2012 Castle Rock Pinot Noir


    Our Castle Rock Pinot Noir is produced from grapes grown in a carefully selected group of California vineyards, at which the climate and soil conditions provide excellent growing conditions for this Burgundian varietal. The wine is elegant and medium-bodied, offering aromas of cherry, tea and herbal spice. On the palate it is smooth with a silky texture and mild tannins, giving flavors of black cherry, plum and spice, and finishing long and harmoniously, This versatile food wine pairs well with lamb, veal, salmon and light pasta dishes. Learn More
  24. Wine By Joe Pinot Noir

    Wine By Joe Pinot Noir


    Joe Dobbes is all about attention to detail. His philosophy is to let the grapes express their true character and not to bend nature at will. Flat out, one of the top values in today's market! Learn More
  25. Terrazze Tenuta Mazzolino Pinot Noir

    Terrazze Tenuta Mazzolino Pinot Noir


    It has intense ruby ​​red color with garnet reflexes Vibrant fruity fruity aroma with hints of purple, ripe cherry and blackberry. In the mouth is full, soft, pleasant with hints of red fruits, ripe, slightly spicy. It is suitable for a medium aging up to 3-4 years. It is recommended to drink at a temperature of 16-18 degrees. Regional dishes are accompanied by roasts of white meats and hard cheeses. Learn More
  26. Pico & Vine Pinot Noir RRV

    Pico & Vine Pinot Noir RRV


    Light ruby to garnet in colour with a medium intense nose. This wine features pine, cherry, cranberry, plum, pumpkin spice, damp moss and light wood smoke. Medium body with light tannins, good acidity, a very long length. Learn More
  27. Hook Or Crook Pinot Noir

    Hook Or Crook Pinot Noir


    Coming from the heart of the world class Pinot Noir growing terrior, the Hook or Crook Sonoma County Pinot Noir is a brilliant example of an elegant food friendly wine that the region is best known for producing. The wine starts with an angular mouthfeel that ushers in notes of strawberry, raspberry, milk chocolate and minerality that reminds one of a stroll through a forest after a light spring rain. It is sure to please the dedicated Pinot Noir drinker and those looking to pair it with chicken, salmon, or cheeses. Learn More
  28. Joseph Drouhin Bourgogne Pinot Noir 2014

    Joseph Drouhin Bourgogne Pinot Noir 2014


    Regularly described as being the grape varietal responsible for producing the world's most romantic wines, Pinot Noir has long been associated with elegance and a broad range of flavors The name means 'black pine' in French, and this is due to the fact that the fruit of this particular varietal is especially dark in color, and hangs in a conical shape, like that of a pine cone. Despite being grown today in almost every wine producing country, Pinot Noir is a notoriously difficult grape variety to cultivate. This is because it is especially susceptible to various forms of mold and mildew, and thrives best in steady, cooler climates. However, the quality of the fruit has ensured that wineries and vintners have persevered with the varietal, and new technologies and methods have overcome many of the problems it presents. Alongside this, the wide popularity and enthusiasm for this grape has ensured it will remain a firm favorite amongst wine drinkers for many years to come. Learn More
  29. Innocent Bystander Pinot Noir

    Innocent Bystander Pinot Noir


    Aromas of baked earth, Campari, earl grey tea with dried spice, juniper and fresh bay leaves. The palate shows juicy and brooding dark fruits, a velvety mouthfeel and finishes with soft savory tannins. Learn More
  30. Cherry Pie Pinot Noir 15

    Cherry Pie Pinot Noir 15


    The 2015 Cherry Pie Pinot Noir jumps from the glass with aromas of raspberry, nutmeg, sandalwood and light smokiness, lifted by a floral note. Silky and delicate up front, with ripe acidity framing the rich, sweet flavors of red berries, and finishing with red cherry and earth. Learn More
  31. Pike Road Pinot Noir

    Pike Road Pinot Noir


    Pike Road Pinot Noir is hand-picked and hand-sorted then fermented in small open-top stainless steel tanks. The wine is barrel aged in 100% French oak barrels for 10 months. Pike Road sources the best grapes and then takes a gentle approach to preserve the inherent qualities of the fruit. Pike Road Pinot Noir is made from 100% Willamette Valley fruit. Primarily sourced from six estate vineyard sites, Pike Road also includes smaller lots of Pinot Noir fruit grown by trusted partners here in the Willamette Valley. By integrating fruit from multiple locations, Pike Road gains in complexity. Learn More
  32. Maris Pinot Noir Can 4pack

    Maris Pinot Noir Can 4pack


    Robert Eden and Kevin Parker, co-proprietors of Chateau Maris, wanted to sell an easily recycled canned wine, but needed it to be in line with their carbon zero winery and organic viticulture principles. They also knew that Minervois in a can wouldn't sell, but Pinot Noir would. But they didn't grow any. So they sourced a friend's Ecocert fruit and Maris Pinot Noir 4-packs were born. Learn More
  33. Nielson Byron Pinot Noir 14

    Nielson Byron Pinot Noir 14


    Luscious black cherries and touches of sultry smoked pork are deftly brightened with fresh hibiscus aromas on the nose of this bottling from the Byron family of wines. The hibiscus joins pomegranate on the palate, lifted by a pinch of lavender and candied lilacs and leveled by an elegant slate earthiness. Learn More
  34. Forstreiter Pinot Noir Reserve

    Forstreiter Pinot Noir Reserve


    The Forstreiter family has been making wine since 1868, but it has been the current owner and winemaker, Meinhard Forstreiter, who has brought the vineyard to a new level of quality and reputation. The vineyard is situated in Krems-Hollenburg in the Kremstal, along the right bank of the Danube River, across from the Wachau. There has been wine production in and around Hollenburg since the Roman Empire. Learn More
  35. Hahn SLH Pinot Noir 2015

    Hahn SLH Pinot Noir 2015


    Hahn SLH Pinot Noir has aromas of bright cherry, hints of earth, mushroom, and toasty oak. Concentrated flavors of red fruit and spice. Learn More
  36. Angela Pinot Noir Oregon

    Angela Pinot Noir Oregon


    The 2013 vintage was an interesting one for the Willamette Valley. Many vineyards had deluges of rain before harvest. Thankfully, that was not the case with our 2013 offering. The placement of the flagship vineyard, Angela Estate lies within the rain shadow and harvests rather early. Made by legendary winemaker, Ken Wright the wine exhibits all of the beautiful floral and spice elements we typically see from this site; rose petal, hibiscus, root beer and cherry cola, mouth-filling juicy red raspberry and a seamless white pepper finish. 2013 Angela is a little more juicy than the 2012 with delightful, floral and umami aromas. Angela vineyard was planted in 2006 on ancient marine sedimentary soils with Wadenswil, Dijon 777 & 115. Learn More
  37. Elouan Pinot Noir Oregon

    Elouan Pinot Noir Oregon


    This Elouan Pinot Noir is richer and more full bodied than what is typical of Oregon Pinot Noir, which generally is very lean. Bright ruby red in color. Ripe cranberry, sweet cinnamon and fresh cherry create an inviting bouquet, with a subtle earthiness. The palate shows texture and weight with firm acidity that carries the flavor through. The flavor profile shows red plum, bright cherry, minerality, dusty earth, and a hint of sweet tobacco, creating rustic layers of flavor with soft refined tannins. Learn More
  38. PHILIPPE LECLERC Bourgogne Rouge Bons Batons

    PHILIPPE LECLERC Bourgogne Rouge Bons Batons


    The Leclerc family have been vingerons for over a hundred years, with vineyards passed down from father to son for generations with holdings in Gevrey Chambertin and Chambolle Musigny Village level and Premier Crus. Leclerc wines are sturdy and solid, and this wine, from the great 2010 vintage, is very much in the Leclerc style but in this case perhaps showing a little Chambolle perfume and elegance on the nose along with a hint of Gevrey influence in the background. It is medium ruby in color, a lovely nose of red fruits, with fine darker cherry and spice on the palate, with a good tannin structure and nicely integrated, very subtle oak hints. This is a wine you could serve now with decanting, but it will also reward the patient with 2-3 years of bottle age. At Leclerc special care is taken at every step of the grape growing and wine making process to crft beautiful, expressive wines from their vineyards. Replanting is done vine by vine to maintine vine age of over 30 years average, harvest is by hand with care taken to assure grapes are intact right up until they go into the vats. A cool maceration of about 15 days is followed by 15 days of fermentation, treading the cap by foot 3 times per day. Wines are settled before aging in oak barrels with 100% new oak for the 1er Crus and 30-50% for the Village and Bourgogne. Wines are bottled unfined and unfiltered. The Bourgogne Bons Batons, I amLeclerc pretty sure, comes mostly if not entirely from a small parcel of vines located just outside of Chambolle Musigny, near Gilly Les Citeaux. Learn More
  39. Foppiano Pinot Noir RRV

    Foppiano Pinot Noir RRV


    This tastes of warmer Russian River Valley climes, darker and riper in black cherry and berry fruit character with a layering of toasty cinnamon and oak. The aroma tends to the earthy/pastoral. Learn More
  40. Matrot Bourgogne Pinot Noir

    Matrot Bourgogne Pinot Noir


    Thierry Matrot is a fourth-generation winemaker in Burgundy, who makes wine like his great grandparents did: naturally. Located in Mersault, he and his wife Pascale have 19 hectares in five local villages, including 1er cru Puligny-Montrachet. They make meticulously crafted wines that truly reflect the storied terroir where they're grown. Learn More
  41. Route Stock Pinot Noir

    Route Stock Pinot Noir


    The nose shows aromas of clove, caramel, cocoa and sandalwood that mingle with the savory notes of thyme, lilac and paprika. The mouth is bright with fresh strawberry, raspberry, hints of vanilla and cherry cola. The mid-palate is soft while the finish is long and lively with juicy acidity. Learn More
  42. Adelsheim Vineyard Pinot Noir Willamette Valley 2014

    Adelsheim Vineyard Pinot Noir Willamette Valley 2014


    With its broad array of origins and clones, this wine displays red aromas (candied cherry, pomegranate and raspberry) on the nose and the palate. In addition, one finds a light touch of brown spices (nutmeg, cinnamon, all-spice). True to Adelsheim's house style, it is elegantly textured with seamlessly integrated, silky, polished tannins. Pair it with salmon, ahi, veal, pork, poultry (think duck), beef or hearty vegetarian entrees. Learn More
  43. Yealands Estate Pinot Noir 2013

    Yealands Estate Pinot Noir 2013


    It is elegant with flavors of luscious, dark, ripe cherry balanced by a fine, minerally acidity. Aging in French oak barrels has imparted a savory, spicy note to the wine. Learn More
  44. Maison Lenvoye Pinot Noir

    Maison Lenvoye Pinot Noir


    The wine opens with fresh red fruits aromas, light floral accents and notes of Asian spices. The palate is mouth-filling and lush with juicy primary fruit such as cherry and pomegranate balanced with an earthy complexity. Vibrant acidity and supple tannins support the flavors through a long, satisfying finish. Sometimes the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. Learn More
  45. BOEN Pinot Noir 2015

    BOEN Pinot Noir 2015


    Deep, dark ruby-red in color. On the nose aromas of bright Bing cherry, dark chocolate, coconut, black licorice, a hint of toast, smoked meat, blueberry and barrel spice. Chocolate and black licorice carry thorugh on the palate. Dried strawberry flavors with hints of cranberry and prune. Fresh, bright acidity. A dustiness or earthiness and very fine and persistent tannins. Learn More
  46. Four Graces Pinot Noir 13

    Four Graces Pinot Noir 13


    White nectarine and honeysuckle jump from the glass followed by hints of vanilla bean, honey and Asian pears. On the palate tropical fruits like pineapple and guava mingle with Satsuma oranges and finish with a soft cream and velvety textures. Learn More
  47. Champ De Reves Pinot Noir

    Champ De Reves Pinot Noir


    Aromas of cranberry and Chambord punctuated by notes of coriander, rose, juniper berry, brown sugar, and Douglas Fir. Flavors of blueberry, sour cherry, cedar, and savory elements come through on the palate. Juicy acidity, earthy texture, and supple yet substantial tannin structure. Learn More
  48. 2012 Alloro  Vineyard Pinot Noir

    2012 Alloro Vineyard Pinot Noir


    Wine Spectator: 92 points. Sleek and refined, with a nice point to the black cherry and mineral flavors, lingering with haunting delicacy on the finish. Drink now through 2018. 1,250 cases Learn More



    A very pleasant wine. Bright, clear red color. Aromas are surprising in their intensity and fruit. On the palate, a tender, supple, graceful, round body. Very flavorful in the aftertaste, with a hint of blackberry jam. When the wine gets older, wild blackberry is the dominant aroma. After three or five years, the wine takes on a distinctive smell of truffle and undergrowth evolving towards notes of venison. Learn More
  50. Bethel Heights Estate Pinot Noir

    Bethel Heights Estate Pinot Noir


    Floral black pepper and warm Christmas spice frame red fruit aromas of currant and pomegranate. The palate enjoys volume without heavy weight, and the punchy red fruits carry a savory depth that fill the front, mid, and back palate. The finish is lengthy and high toned, the silky tannins focused by the laser of succulent acidity, suggesting a promising longevity in the cellar. Should evolve beautifully for a decade or more. Learn More

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