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Pinot noir is a type of red wine that is known for its delicate flavor profile and versatility with food pairings. It is made from the pinot noir grape, which is prized for its thin skin and complex flavors. Pinot noir wines are often light to medium-bodied, with subtle tannins and flavors of cherry, raspberry, and strawberry.
Pinot noir is grown and produced in many regions around the world, including France, California, Oregon, New Zealand, and Australia. Some of the most well-known and respected producers of pinot noir can be found in the Burgundy region of France, where the grape has been grown for centuries. Pinot noir wines from this region are often highly sought after and can command high prices due to the region's reputation for producing high-quality wines.
Other key regions for pinot noir production include Oregon, where winemakers at Willamette Valley Vineyards and Eola Hills have gained recognition for their expressive and nuanced pinot noir wines. In New Zealand, Cloudy Bay is known for producing crisp and elegant pinot noir wines with bright fruit flavours. In California and Australia, winemakers are also producing excellent examples of pinot noir, using the grape to create complex and character-filled wines.