French Pinot Noir is a red wine grape variety that’s most famously grown in the Burgundy region of France. Known as one of the most terroir-expressive grapes, Pinot Noir from Burgundy, or Bourgogne as it is known in France, is highly varied and can range from light and elegant to deep and full-bodied. These wines typically showcase flavours of red fruit like strawberry, raspberry, and cherry, often with notes of earth, spice, or dried herbs. They tend to have moderate to high acidity, light to moderate tannins, and can age exceptionally well. If you enjoy red wines that are expressive, elegant, and highly varied, wines made from French Pinot Noir could be a great choice for you.