What is the flavor of Pinot Noir?
Consequently, is a pinot noir dry or sweet?
Pinot noir is considered a dry wine, which means it tends to be less sweet due to a lack of leftover sugar, or “residual sugar,” after fermentation.
Likewise, where do the best Pinot Noirs come from? The United States has increasingly become a major Pinot noir producer, with some of the best regarded coming from the Willamette Valley in Oregon and California's Sonoma County with its Russian River Valley and Sonoma Coast appellations.
Hereof, what does pinot noir smell like?
French Pinot Noir Earthy aromas dominate including smells similar to a brown paper bag full of mushrooms or wet leaves. Along with the earth are faint floral smells of roses, violet and a smell of fruit that leans towards raw, freshly picked cherries.
What color wine is Pinot Noir?