No other grape variety than Pinot Noir can express with such diversity the qualities (soil, exposure, climate) of the place where it is planted. This is why he has since conquered the whole world from Europe, from the United States to New Zealand, from South Africa to Chile, Australia and soon China.
Like a chameleon, the pinot noir can be fine and fruity as in Burgundy, rich and voluptuous as in California or intense and delicate as in New Zealand. And reveal countless floral and fruity aromatic variations: rosehip flower, violet, rose petal, morello cherry, strawberry, raspberry, blackberry, blackcurrant, black cherry, wild plum, etc., etc.
It is a six-step round the world trip that we offer you in a mixed box: