The tenth most planted grape in the world, Pinot Noir is a delicate grape with very thin skins and tight clusters making it particularly prone to disease. This is often why prices can be higher but we think our hand selected choice is worth it. Some of our favourite Pinot's (aside from Burgundies) come from Oregon where favours of spice, rose, black cherry, plum, and sweet red fruits can be found. Of course it is hard not to reference the wines of France when speaking of Pinot Noir, it being the main red grape of Burgundy. However it is also one third of the blend most used in Champagne, houses such as Bollinger use it as their main component and most Rose's champagne will use this as they key varietal.