Definitions

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  • noun Any of several grape varieties grown in Europe and North America
  • noun Any of several wines made from these grapes

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Examples

  • In the near future we will be able to compare pinot from the clay-heavy soils of the escarpment to the lighter gravel soil near the lakeshore.

    Bryan Calandrelli

  • They took in pinot noir for sparkling wineearly in the season as well as three separate pinot harvests from various sites on the estate in late September.

    Niagara Escarpment Wines

  • In the near future we will be able to compare pinot from the clay-heavy soils of the escarpment to the lighter gravel soil near the lakeshore.

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  • In the near future we will be able to compare pinot from the clay-heavy soils of the escarpment to the lighter gravel soil near the lakeshore.

    LENNDEVOURS

  • In the near future we will be able to compare pinot from the clay-heavy soils of the escarpment to the lighter gravel soil near the lakeshore.

    Spring Brings Some Niagara Region News

  • Since pinot is often priced higher due to reduced yields and higher labor costs, the $35 price tag seems like a deal.

    Wolffer Estate 2006 Pinot Noir

  • It's mind bending to see a $35 pinot from a winery that, from what I've seen, has $40 cab francs.

    Wolffer Estate 2006 Pinot Noir

  • When I got that little teaser post about a blind pinot noir tasting earlier in the day including not only FL pinot but pinot from the west coast and France I got excited.

    Blind Tasting of Finger Lakes Pinot Noir Reveals Progress, Challenges

  • Though it was not for your taste it is a very good example of a cool climate Pinot with all the personality one would find in a quality bourgogne rouge level of pinot from a better vintage.

    Notes on Ravines and Wolffer at I Drink NY Astor Place Event

  • In the near future we will be able to compare pinot from the clay-heavy soils of the escarpment to the lighter gravel soil near the lakeshore.

    Niagara Escarpment Wines

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