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Pinot Noir

A red wine grape of light to medium body

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A Quick Tip by DevonCook

  • Jun 9, 2010
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My family and I will sit around drinking pinot and merlot all afternoon and well into the night on some weekends. I prefer the boldness of the merlot over the lighter fruitiness of the pinot, but then again I have a lot of good memories with the former so I am a little biased. If your ever low on funds, you can get a very good pinot by Arrow Creek for something like six bucks a pop. Very nice wine for the price I must say, but if your looking to host a tasting party look elsewhere.
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review by . April 10, 2009
Thank you, thank you be sure to tip your waiter/waitress.    First off this is a biased review, no fair and balanced opinion here, I basically love this wine, it's my favorite with a good Syrah not far behind.    The thing about pinot noir is it's a very difficult wine to make, the grapes are very sensitive in their cultivation and if any of the variables like sunlight, soil type, pruning, fermentation, etc are off one bit the end result is awful. (Perhaps …
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I am a senior at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles California where I am persuing a degree in Englishliterature with a certificate in journalism. On my free time I practiceHapkido and jujitsu … more
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