Pinot Noir, an ancient eastern French vine from Burgundy, is perhaps one of the most recognizable red wines in the world. It is the parent grape to many other varieties (including Chardonnay and Gamay!) and because of its old age, has also produced several mutations.
These mutations are what we call, the Pinot Family. This week we are highlighting the whole bunch – Pinot Noir, Pinot Blanc, Pinot Gris (Grigio), and Pinot Meunier! Join us for a night for an exploration of the many faces of Pinot!