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What grape, popularly grown in the Burgundy region, can be aged in the bottle and is often compared to Pinot Noir?

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Which of the below popular South African grapes is a cross of Pinot Noir and Cinsault?

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Which American state has gained popularity for producing world class wines using Pinot Noir?

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Which of the below French wine regions can only use Pinot Meunier and Pinot Noir as its red grapes?

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Which of the below California AVA’s is famous for Pinot Noir?

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What are the typical flavor characteristics of Burgundian Pinot Noir?

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Which of the below countries has Pinot Noir as its leading red grape variety?

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What white grape is most commonly grown in the same climate as Pinot Noir?

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The word Pinot Noir is derived from the French words for ___ ___.

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What is the German word for Pinot Noir?

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Basic Pinot Noir Trivia
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Pinot Noir Vines and Grapes

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Pinot Noir Grape Maceration

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You’re Pinot Noir perfection! If this quiz was too easy for you, I recommend trying our grape synonym quizzes. These are more challenging and will test your knowledge at a more advanced level. Happy learning!

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Gabrielle earned a Level 2 certificate from the Wine & Spirits Education Trust (WSET) and has continued her wine education by becoming a Certified Specialist of Wine (CSW) in 2020. In addition to writing for Wine365, she also provides creative contributions and research analytics.

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