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Wine Flight: Identify how climate affects the taste of Pinot Noir!


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Tackle the fascinating world of Pinot Noir, shake your senses and strengthen your wine knowledge with an intriguing Wine Flight our very first!

The taste profile of a Pinot Noir depends on the climate it grows in. This means that grapes grown in warm climate won’t have the same flavours and aromas as grapes grown in a cool climate.

So, here is the deal.

Try the below three Pinot Noirs that are produced in different countries / climates:

  1. Lost Angel, California (USA) – A warm climate
  2. Les Nuages, Loire (France) – A cool oceanic climate 
  3. Moon River, Neszmely (Hungary) – A warm climate

And tell us which one of the below two climates is warm or cool:

  1. Climate A offers more tart cranberry notes, herbal flavours, and a lighter body
  2. Climate B’s Pinot Noir smells more like sweet raspberry and cherry, with a bolder body

Let's see who will guess correctly!

Can’t pop in today? Read our blog to discover some wine facts about Pinot Noir!

£15 for three 50ml glasses of Pinot Noir
Available anytime at B’acino until our next wine flight!