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Ania Smolec 13/08/2013

The versatility of Pinot Noir

With its light body, fruity personality, it captivates wine admires. Why this variety is so trendy?

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Pinot Noir is a subtle, ruby-hue grape variety. Originally it comes from France. With its light body, fruity personality, it captivates wine admires. Why this variety is so trendy?

 

Connoisseurs adore it because it matches well with many dishes, from fishes, through white meats, poultry, veal, up to beef. Pinot Noir is a highly distinctive variety, the virtuoso of wine grapes. Maybe you remember the movie Sideways? That was an art tribute to this noble variety!

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Wine drinkers love in Pinot Noir its perfect balance. It gives extremely lively wines, with delicate aromas. Its tannins are soft and discreet, never overwhelming the palate. The magic of Pinot Noir lies in its harmonious blend of power and finesse. Classic aromas of Pinot Noir are: cherries, raspberries, blackcurrants, undergrowth.

Marques de Casa Concha Pinot Noir from Limarí Valley is the perfect matching to many recipes. You can start the Sunday brunch with your family, with some cheeses like Brie or Camembert, cold white meats, scrambled eggs. Then you pass to the main course. Successful combination will be a grilled tuna with light berries sauce. Cherries tart or just raspberries with a touch of sugar, and you have the dessert to your Pinot Noir.