If there is one grape variety that makes the wine world dream, it is Pinot Noir.
For thousands of winemakers, the ability to translate the full flavour of the grape into wine is an ongoing quest for the Holy Grail. What does Pinot Noir have that the rest of the fine grape varieties don’t to embody the culture of wine in the historical nations that have seen its birth and development as well as in the new worlds? It is obviously not the overall characteristics of its grapes (potential alcohol richness, colour intensity, tannin density). We are at another level, that of perfume, taste, texture and the incredible diversity with which they register the slightest information given by the microclimate and the soil.