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Best Pinot Noir Wine Glasses

Updated December 2018
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    The sales of pinot noir took a huge uptick after the movie “Sideways,” which featured oenophile Miles (Paul Giamatti) on a California wine country quest for this full-bodied red wine, which is wistfully cherished over the maligned merlot (which similarly saw sales drop — now known as the “Sideways” effect.) As Miles will tell you, the pinot noir — known as burgundy in France — is a difficult grape to grow, and as such a good bottle of pinot noir is to be savored and enjoyed. It features a broad range of bouquets, so needs a wide fishbowl or tulip shaped glass to release and highlight the fruit flavors and balance the high acidity. Traditionally, burgundy/pinot noir stems are not as tall as for other wine glasses, though stemless designs are also acceptable.

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