Pinot noir red wine
is one of the most popular red varieties in the world. With a widest range of fragrances, flavors and sensations, even experienced tasters can not always determine its taste.
Externally, Pinot Noir red wine is not too attractive. At first glance is not quite the one you expect, thinking about the red wine. It’s not as rich or big as its noble cousins, pale in color, translucent and their flavors are very subtle.
The aroma is the secret of Pinot noir. Contain complex flavor that can start as a berry, such as cherry, then continue the whole group of autumnal forest odors, then turn into a berry, blueberry for example, and then again become a forest, and so on.
This red variety is very susceptible to changes in the weather and to high temperatures. In areas with warm climates ripening Pinot Noir is fast enough, but the aromatic bouquet not develop properly.
In addition, the variety is very sensitive to the composition of the soil. Hence, Pinot noir is grown mainly in regions with cool climate temperate – France, Germany, Austria, Italy, Switzerland, Japan, USA, Australia, Moldova, Slovenia, Canada, New Zealand, Spain, South Africa.
Pinot noir is associated with Burgundy region of France, and this region produces the most valuable sorts of wine. But good sots of pino noir from Burgundy can not be pretty cheap
Pinot noir red wine food pairing
Ideal – strong-smelling meat, a dense bird (duck is a classic dish fot this wine), very dense fish (tuna). Not so complex series as it may seem. If it is expanded, it can be included here and numerous pasta, pies and lamb in not too heavy variations. The main thing – remember that the pinot as grade fragrant and complex, requires a good command of the culture of spices