Despite their unattractive appearance, Pinot Noirs are incredibly deep wines. The color of these drinks is almost transparent, not saturated, not thick. You can even read a book through them. The young ones have a cherry-ruby color, while the more mature ones take on brick-like hues.
Pinot Noir wines have a very rich and multifaceted flavor that changes depending on the time of aging. Less mature drinks have fruity, sweetish tones of flavor (raspberry, plum, blackberry), while more mature drinks acquire aromas of earth, truffles, tobacco, fresh game, wet wool, ripe cherries and rose petals.
The flavor of Pinot Noir is unique and complex. It is subtle, elegant, with a slight acidity. Depending on the aging period, it is dominated by notes of red berries, violets, black currants, plums, autumn woods and wet earth. Wines that are produced in wineries in warm countries may additionally acquire a sweetish jammy flavor. It is impossible to accurately describe the taste of this drink. Opening each new bottle, you get unique nuances and nuances.