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Champagne Region - Pinot Noir

Pinot Noir grapes grown in the Champagne appellation are one of the three grape varieties used in Champagne.

Pinot Noir is the most widespread grape variety in Champagne covering 38% of the region. Despite its low fertility, it thrives in cool, chalky soils, and dominates in the regions of the Reims Mountain and the Aube (as well as the Côte des Bar).

This grape gives wines a rich and robust character and is one of the two black grapes within the Champagne appellation used in a Blanc de Noir Champagne.

Pinot Noir is used in many Champagne blends however, here we list Champagnes from leading Champagne brands that are only made from Pinot Noir.


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