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When Wine Drinkers Want Pinot Noir, Without The Pinot Noir

Por: Forbes Life August 31, 2021

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Pinot noir is one of the best-known, most easily recognized grape varieties for wine enthusiasts around the world. Until it isn’t. That was my experience last week, when I led a tasting for enthusiastic wine consumers of six different pinot noir wines from around the world. Everyone in the group showed up in order to taste a range of pinot noirs. What we learned collectively by the end of the sixth wine, however, was that “pinot noir” is a... + full article



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