Watch Episode 5 (Pinot Noir & Grenache): “The Heartbreaker and the Underdog”

Notoriously difficult to grow, Pinot Noir is known to cause heartbreak in winemakers. Grenache, often referred to as Pinot Noir’s warm climate cousin, has been underappreciated and was often used as a blending grape in inexpensive, undistinguished wines. But when grown in the correct climates, these grapes can produce world-class wines.
Wineries Visited:  Ten Minutes by Tractor, Yalumba, De Bortoli, and Gemtree

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