To those of us who love pinot noir — that elegant, complex, full satisfying red wine that is so great with food — the biggest tragedy is that the most famous producer of such wine, France’s Burgundy region, now prices its products well out of reach for many. Continue reading
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Northern California is now the world’s biggest importer of New Zealand wines because local wine nuts are discovering the country’s expressive, vibrant varietals — including pinot noir, syrah and cabernet blends — are not just great price performers but come from a beautiful place at the forefront of sustainable winemaking. Real about it on KQED’s Bay Area Bites here.