Cathal McBride on wine: The many marvellous sides of pinot noir
Pinot noir is a wine for all seasons, cultivated everywhere from New Zealand to Argentina, and its sheer adaptability is at the heart of its success
Pinot noir is a wine for all seasons. It can delight when lightly chilled in summertime heat just as much as when paired with a decadent duck cassoulet in winter.
International Pinot Noir Day takes place on August 18. While there’s more than a whiff of marketing around these events, they are not necessarily a bad idea. On the contrary, they can remind us about the wonders of a particular grape and refocus our attention...
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