"Pinot Noir" The Holy Grail of Wine

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Pinot Noir is one of the safest red wines you can serve to a big group of people. Of course, if it is a good wine. Born in the Burgundy region of France, Pinot Noir is a red wine grape. The name is derived from the French words for pine and black.

Pinot Noir wines are usually dry wines. But they can still have different levels of sweetness, and be more or less sweet. Experts describe the wine as medium-bodied wine.

Because of its versatility, many wine experts consider it to be the Holy Grail of wines. In this documentary, we look at its adversity, struggle, and love.

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