Les vins des coteaux alpins \ Grape varieties
Grape probably from Burgundy. Recently, Italian and Swiss researchers hypothesize that Pinot Noir is a great-grandparent of Syrah.
Pinot Noir makes many Burgundy, Champagne or Orléanais appellations famous. It produces a beautiful colored wine, with a pleasant bouquet, which remains long in the mouth and sometimes can be stored for a very long time depending on vintages.
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