Pinot noir grapes on a vine.
- An example of pinot noir is the red-wine grape of the Burgundy region in France.
- Grapes grown in California and used to make a dry red wine are an example of pinot noir.
Pinot noir is a grape used to make red wine, and is a dry red wine made with those special grapes.
- the main red-wine grape of the Burgundy region, also used to make champagne
- a dry red wine made from this grape
Origin of pinot noirFr, literally , black pinot
also pinot noir
- A variety of grape originally grown in the Burgundy region of France that is used to make red wine.
- A dry red wine made from this grape.
Origin of Pinot NoirFrench, pinot, Pinot; see Pinot + noir, black (from Old French, from Latin niger, nigr-; see nekw-t- in Indo-European roots).