Pinot Noir vs. Pinot Grigio

Are you a wine connoisseur and love to drink wine? Do you know the difference between Pinot Noir and Pinot Grigio? Well, Vintage Wine Bar & Bistro offers several different wines for quality tasting. The Wine Bar in Farmingdale is a great place to come with friends and family to try some new, delicious wines. Contact us today to make a reservation!

Pinot Noir

Pinot Noir is known to be one of the most popular brands of wine on the market. The drink is highly desirable by many restaurant goers and is considered to be one of the most romantic red wines today. Pinot Noir is actually an astonishingly rare wine, especially since growing Pinot Noir grapes can be quite tricky. When a top-notch bottle of Pinot Noir is found, the beverage is cherished by the consumer. Fortunately, the wine is crafted in various locations across the world. Examples of some of these locations include the following:

  • California
  • Oregon
  • Australia
  • Chile
  • New Zealand

Due to it rarity, many high-class individuals tend to gravitate towards Pinot Noir when making their wine selections. Customarily, Pinot Noir tends to go great with any type of dish. You may even consider opening one up all on its lonesome!

Pinot Grigio

Pinot Grigio, also known as Pinot Gris, connoisseurs consider this drink the second most popular white wine around the world. Our wine bar in Farmingdale proudly serves this delicious wine. It’s a dry wine but it does pack a punch with many different variations such as Rapido, Colimoro, and Maso Poli. For most wine drinkers, they tend to enjoy this type of wine during the summer, especially when it’s chilled. Pinot Grigio is extremely refreshing and can be enjoyed on just about any occasion. Pinot Grigio grapes can be found all over the world, including these locations:

  • France
  • Spain
  • Switzerland
  • Northern Italy

This wine is extremely tasty when it’s accompanied by fish dishes.  Combining these two delectable items together can certainly make for a memorable occasion.

Come on down to the Wine Bar in Farmingdale to give Pinot Noir and Pinot Grigio a taste!  Vintage Wine Bar & Bistro has many different wine options that you may select. Let’s find out which wine you’re a fan of!

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