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Clearwater Cove Pinot Noir 2015

RRP HK$150.00
HK$110.00 each

HK$88.00 in any 6+
79 available

Cellermaster's VALUE RATING

91 / 100
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The Crossings Pinot Noir 2015

RRP HK$150.00
HK$110.00 each

HK$88.00 in any 6+
49 available

Cellermaster's VALUE RATING

92 / 100
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Latitude 41 Small Batch Pinot Noir 2016

RRP HK$195.00
HK$160.00 each

HK$144.00 in any 6+
26 available

Cellermaster's VALUE RATING

95 / 100
Allow 3-5 days for delivery.
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Craggy Range Te Muna Vineyard Pinot Noir 2014

RRP HK$450.00
HK$330.00 each

HK$297.00 in any 6+
OUT OF STOCK

Cellermaster's VALUE RATING

96 / 100
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Cline Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir 2014

RRP HK$240.00
HK$180.00 each

HK$162.00 in any 6+
OUT OF STOCK

Cellermaster's VALUE RATING

93 / 100
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Taylors Estate Adelaide Hills Pinot Noir 2016

RRP HK$180.00
HK$140.00 each

HK$112.00 in any 6+
29 available

Cellermaster's VALUE RATING

90 / 100
Allow 2-4 days for delivery.
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Hahn SLH Santa Lucia Highlands Pinot Noir 2013

RRP HK$390.00
HK$330.00 each

HK$297.00 in any 6+

Cellermaster's VALUE RATING

93 / 100
Order cuts off every Monday and delivery can be arranged within one week.
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Sherwood Estate Marlborough Pinot Noir 2017

RRP HK$165.00
HK$140.00 each

HK$126.00 in any 6+

Cellermaster's VALUE RATING

92 / 100
Allow 3-5 days for delivery.
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Cloudy Bay Central Otago Te Wahi Pinot Noir 2015

RRP HK$590.00
HK$480.00 each

HK$432.00 in any 6+

Cellermaster's VALUE RATING

98 / 100
Allow 2-4 days for delivery.
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Taylors Jaraman Yarra Valley Pinot Noir 2016

RRP HK$320.00
HK$280.00 each

HK$224.00 in any 6+

Cellermaster's VALUE RATING

94 / 100
Order cuts off every Monday and delivery can be arranged within one week.
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Cloudy Bay Marlborough Pinot Noir 2015

RRP HK$395.00
HK$330.00 each

HK$297.00 in any 6+

Cellermaster's VALUE RATING

92 / 100
Allow 2-4 days for delivery.
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Sherwood Stratum Pinot Noir 2017

RRP HK$150.00
HK$140.00 each

HK$126.00 in any 6+

Cellermaster's VALUE RATING

90 / 100
Allow 3-5 days for delivery.

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Pinot Noir Questions And Answers

What goes well with Pinot Noir?

As with most food matches, you can either contrast or harmonise with the flavours in the wine. Pinot Noir can be served with cheeses, or cheese based sauces (see Pinot Noir cheese match posting) Pinot also works well with lighter meats such as Chicken, Turkey, Veal and pork loin owing to its light to medium body. Similarly light meats served with a sauce containing Mushrooms (to chime with the mushroomy flavour of Pinot) also work.

What Cheese goes with Pinot Noir?

Given that Pinot Noir is a light bodied wine, it needs to be matched with delicately flavoured. washed rind or nutty cheeses. Try a Gruyere (due to its nutty flavour) or a Taleggio (a delicate, washed rind cheese), Sheep's milk cheese (Mild, Nutty with a complex yet delicate flavour), Comte (french unpasteurized cow's milk cheese - Sweet, nutty) or even a Roucoulons, again a french cheese, which is mild, earthy and mushroomy. An ideal match for the mushroomy flavours in Pinot Noir.

Are Pinot Noir and Burgundy the same?

No. Pinot Noir is a grape variety and Burgundy is a wine producing area in France. Having said that, Pinot Noir is the grape widely associated with the wines from Burgundy, so you may hear the word 'burgundy' being used to describe a wine from this specific area of France which is most probably made from Pinot Noir.

Is Pinot Noir Sweet or Dry?

Dry, every time, irrespective of style. Whether its Rosé, a light dry red wine or even a Cremany d'Alsace rosé, if its made from Pinot Noir, its dry.

How is Pinot Noir made?

Pinot Noir grapes arrive at the winery and are either crushed or left in whole bunches and placed in a vat to macerate. The winemaker may decide to add a portion of stalks in the vat to further inhance the low tannin levels typically found in Pinot Noir. The process of Maceration brings deeper colour and tannins from the pips to the wine. During this maceration process, an alcoholic fermentation begins, either naturally (carbonic maceration) or with the addition of yeasts. Each day the cap of skins and pips is broken up and pushed into the grape juice to develop the colour and tannin levels. At the end of fermentation, the wine is pressed and then placed in either vats or barrels for aging. After aging the mature wine is racked into a tank and may be blended with Pinot wines from other plots within the same appellation. The Sulphur level may be adjusted if needed. The fining agent is then added to the tank to clarify and stabilse the wine before filtration and bottling.

How to pronounce Pinot Noir?

"Pee-no nwar" (credit to Wine Folly"

what does Pinot Noir taste like?

Pinot Noir is grown all over the world and the climate it which it's grown has an impact of the flavour profile the wine will have. For example, in its spiritual home of Burgundy, France, as well as other cool climate areas, Pinot Noir will have flavours of Cranberry, mushroom and even gamey flavours. In warmer climates such as California, Central Otago (New Zealand), South Australia, Chile and Argentina, the wines will have flavours of more generous red fruit, such as raspberries and even black plum with a spicey note such as clove. Wherever it comes from, Pinot Noir will always be light to medium bodied, with light tannin levels, racy acidity and medium alcohol. (Source Willy Folly - Essential Guide to Wine)

Which is Sweeter; Merlot or Pinot Noir?

Merlot owing to the bright fresh red fruit flavours and sweet spices found in some examples. However, both varietals are ranked as dry as they have similar levels of Residual Sugar. The sweetness is percieved owing to the bright red fruit and sweet spice found in Merlot.

Is Pinot Noir served warm or Chilled?

Slightly chilled as its a light bodied wine, so at approximately 55 degrees F.

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