Appellation Pinot

Pinot Noir is a transparent grape, meaning that it readily reflects the characteristics of the place it is grown.” This is the expert assessment of Scott Burns Ph.D., a geology professor at Portland State University who has studied the influence of soil on grapes in wine regions worldwide.
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Published: March 28, 2014

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