May 15, 1998 The Pinot Noir Challenge Long undisputed champ red Burgundy takes on upstart U.S. Pinot Noir in a contest of distinctiveness and ageability By Bruce Sanderson Pinot Noir reaches its pinnacle of quality on a vine-clad escarpment in eastern France called the Côte d'Or, the heart of the Burgundy region.
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