Fascination Pinot Noir - a comparison of the grape variety from Bourgogne with other regions of origin with Bourgogne Wine Educator Ina Finn.
Pinot Noir polarises. This wonderful grape variety is a diva in the vineyard, in the cellar and not least in the glass. It is not everybodys darling. But once you have fallen for it, this devotion, attachment and love will accompany you for the rest of your life.
The key lies in its colour. The small-berried grape variety has a thin skin and thus produces rather light-coloured red wines with moderate tannins. It is not one of the blockbusters. It is often not pleasing at first sip. Pinot Noir does not drink itself pretty either. It wants to be conquered. It demands devotion, the ability to get involved with it. Only then does it reveal a diversity and beauty that is simply fascinating.
Ina Finn loves Pinot Noir and she would like to spend an evening presenting her favourites. To do so, she compares the reference region of Bourgogne with other regions of origin and terrois from all over the world. For this purpose, the wines will be tasted blind. Eight Pinot Noirs à four pairs
Let yourself be captivated and enjoy the wonderful world of Pinot Noir with Ina Finn.
Since the capricious grape variety is an excellent food companion, we serve a corresponding 4-course menu with the wines.
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