Pinot Noir is a red wine grape varietal that is grown around the world. You'll most likely find the Pinot Noir growing in cooler regions with the Burgundy region of France being a major producer of Pinot Noir. Some of the other regions that have elevated the Pinot Noir varietal is the Willamette Valley in Oregon, Carneros, Russian River, and the Central Coast of California.
The Pinot Noir is very difficult to achieve high quality wine as it is a difficult varietal to produce due to the attention during growth that is required because the grapes are so tightly packed.
In the glass, you'll experience a light to medium body with taste of red fruit including cherry, strawberry, and raspberry. Aromas of red cherry, raspberry, and other small red fruits will fill the glass.