Trend Results : Pinot Noir

Blog Post Results (1-20 of 584)


Vinography Images: Happy Green Vines

Happy Green Vines HEALDSBURG, CA: A Westside Road pinot noir vineyard in the Russian River Valley is in full leaf near Healdsburg, California. While the drought is now over, most producers are feeling a little pressure ease off as resevoirs...Show More Summary

Grace Jeon Is Running A Socially Responsible Company—And Inspiring Women In The Process

JUST Goods CEO Grace Jeon tells SELF about her professional successes and the importance of a glass of pinot noir.

Review: 2014 Owsley Single Block Pinot Noir

Sonoma-Cutrer has been quietly producing a “grand cru” inspired pinot noir from its own prized Owsley Vineyard for four years, bottling it of course under the name of Owsley. This isn’t a second label — it’s kind of a zeroth label,… Continue reading ?

There’s a Free, 24-Hour Wine Fountain in Italy

Dreams do come true In a perfect world, water fountains would bear not lowly H20 but a never-ending stream of pinot noir, spouting forth at a perfect 60 degrees. In Italy, that rose-tinted vision has more or less become a reality: AShow More Summary

Wine School: Putting Together the Details of Oregon Pinot Noir

More expressive than most, these wines can reveal the character of not only a bottle but of a place.

Tituss Burgess talks 'Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt,' the Emmys and Pinot Noir

By: Gibson Johns Tituss Burgess is living in an "alternate universe." Well, at least that's how he describes it. The multi-talented performer, who has played Tituss Andromedon on the first two seasons of Netflix's "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt," admits that he is still adjusting to his new level of fame. Show More Summary

Have A Drink With The Devil With Hellboy's Official Wine

Dark Horse Comics and Stoller Family Estates Winery have teamed up to introduce Hellboy Reserve Pinot Noir, a wine that honors everyone's favorite surly but heroic demon, Hellboy. The red wine, a 2011 reserve, can be preordered now and becomes available on Halloween. It features a Hellboy label with Mike Mignola artwork. Continue reading…

Wine Lover's Guide to the Willamette Valley

While the Pacific Northwest state is primarily known for its pinot noirs, Oregon’s varied terrain and microclimates make it suitable for growing everything from muscat to malbec grapes, particularly in the sunnier southern portions of the state. Show More Summary

This Hellboy Wine Will Help Raise Your Halloween Spirits

Raise a glass to Mike Mignola and celebrate his demonic creation with a bottle of Hellboy Pinot Noir. The post This Hellboy Wine Will Help Raise Your Halloween Spirits appeared first on

Vintage at Norman Hardie (3)

Over the course of four days of vintage, I was exposed to a number of the stages of making wine. I spent the second evening at the sorting table. Pinot Noir was coming in from two different vineyards, and our job was to work on the vibrating table which the grapes pass along on their [...]

Video: making Pinot Noir at Norm Hardie’s

Two short videos illustrating the red winemaking process here at Norm Hardie’s in Prince Edward County, Canada. This is Pinot Noir being processed. The first video shows the punching down of Pinot Noir ferments. The grapes are crushed into one-ton plastic bins. These are a nice scale to work at. In the short clip, Norm is [...]

Harvest at Norm Hardie’s (1)

Norman Hardie is one of Canada’s most celebrated winegrowers. Since his first vintage in 2004, his Chardonnay and Pinot Noir – elegant, light in alcohol and very old world in style – have caught the attention of the press both in Canada and also further afield. Norm is based in Prince Edward County in Ontario, [...]

Californians may soon be asked: 'A glass of Pinot Noir with that perm?'

Essential Politics: 'Doctor shopping' targeted in law signed by Brown, Santa Barbara congressional race sees new anti-Trump ad Sept. 28, 2016, 5:12 p.m. This is Essential Politics, our daily feed on California government and politics news. Here's what we're watching:Gov. Jerry Brown continues to...

Why China Blasted Grapes Into Space to Save Its Wine Industry

To make better wine on earth, China recently launched Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Pinot Noir grape vines into space aboard the Tiangong-2.

Vinography Images: Platt Sunrise

Platt Sunrise OCCIDENTAL, CA: Sunrise at the famed Platt Vineyard near Occidental, California. Once a land of redwoods, apple orchards, and ranches, western Sonoma County has become one of the hottest growing regions for Pinot Noir and...Show More Summary

The red planet: China sends vines into space in quest for perfect wine

Cabernet sauvignon, merlot and pinot noir vines sent into orbit to develop strains that can survive country’s harsh climates In its bid to produce a world-beating wine, China has looked to the lush foothills of the Tibetan plateau, the...Show More Summary

All you need to know about France's wine harvest

The wine harvest has begun in (most of) France. Here's exactly what goes into that Pinot Noir you're going to have with dinner.

Jay Z’s Champagne Brand Armand de Brignac Releases a New Limited Edition

Armand de Brignac Blanc de Noirs Assemblage Two (A2), a tête de cuvée represented by only 2,333 bottles Only 2,333 bottles will be released of the new expression combining three vintages of 100-percent pinot noir… Viju Mathew

Wine School: Your Next Lesson: Oregon Pinot Noir

Many places outside of Burgundy aspire to make great pinot noir. The Willamette Valley succeeds.

Review: 2015 Boen Pinot Noir Russian River Valley

Joe Wagner is not one to shy away from bold and fruit-forward winemaking, and with his latest release, Boen, he is continuing the traditions of Belle Glos and the other wines in the Copper Cane collection. Bold vanilla and fresh… Continue reading ?

Copyright © 2015 Regator, LLC