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Explanation: No mundo dos vinhos e dos enologistas Pinot Noit é Pinot Noir em Francês, Português, Inglês e Alemão. Claro está que em uma tradução, vinho tinto está bem. Imagino que todos sabem que Noir é negro. Quem quizer aprimorar seus conhecimentos de vinho vãp aqui alguns comentários sobre o Pinot Noir:
Pinot Noir embodies complexity and delicacy at the same time, outpouring with elaborate flavors that may be simply ravishing. Yet the Pinot Noir grape is well-known for its fickleness and genetic changeability, making it a truly challenging varietal for winemakers to master.
In recent years, Pinot Noir's potential for greatness has been discovered by many California wineries. Although the grape is fragile and difficult to grow, California winemakers have taken up the challenge with passion and creativity.
Pinot Noir grapes grow best in cooler climates with misty breezes. The grapes' lower sugar, higher acids and lower pH's contribute to wines with great aging potential yet relative delicacy. Early harvests, cooler climates and small barrel aging all contribute to a delightful mature Pinot Noir.
Though unpredictable at times, the best Pinot Noirs are seductively enchanting in their intense aromatics, complex flavors and long silky textures. They have a shimmering medium to dark ruby red color. Most Pinot Noirs are drinkable when young.
Pinot Noir is a wonderfully rich, full-bodied but graceful red wine that is especially versatile at the dinner table.
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