The Pinot Noir grape is grown all around the world, but is chiefly associated with the Burgundy region of France. These grapes are most commonly used to make red wines (like the wine named after it), but are also used for making Champagne and other sparkling white wines.

Wine of the month

Dark Horse
Dark Horse Pinot Noir
Pinot Noir

A workhorse mixture of Spanish Tempranillo, Chilean Cabernet Sauvignon and Argentinian Malbec. This wine offers complex layers of smooth acidity with hints of dark berries, vanilla, mocha and spice. Enjoyable for any occasion!

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TYPE: Pinot Noir and Grenache
ORIGIN: California
ALCOHOL:  13.5%

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December 10, 2019