It's a rare feat to be both classic and of the moment. Yet Pinot Noir achieves it with aplomb. Cultivated in Burgundy for more than 1,000 years, the varietal is now riding a wave of unprecedented popularity as consumers discover the potential of newer Pinot outposts such as New Zealand, Oregon and California.
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