National Pinot Noir Day

National Pinot Noir Day

As one of the most beloved and popular grapes in the world, Pinot Noir creates wines of beautiful elegance, finesse, complexity, and longevity. Join SOMM TV as we travel all over the world to learn more about how different winemakers and wine regions approach bottling this noble grape.

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National Pinot Noir Day
  • SOMM 3

    Three legends open the rarest bottles of their careers, while expert blind tasters gather in NY for a tasting reminiscent of the 1976 Judgment of Paris.

  • An Intro to Pinot Noir

    Learn about Pinot Noir with Master Sommelier Sabato Sagaria.

  • Aubert de Villaine - Legends of the Vine

    The winemaker and co-owner of Domaine de la Romanée-Conti is Aubert de Villaine. He is responsible for making some of the world's most expensive and sought after wines. Spend some time with him in the vines of Burgundy.

  • Harvest: Raen Wine

    Follow an intense night harvest on the remote Sonoma Coast with Carlo Mondavi for his Raen Pinot Noir.

  • Verticals Episode 8: RAEN

    Carlo Mondavi continues a legacy of winemaking at his Sonoma Coast winery.

  • Blind Tasting Sessions: Episode 5 | Arvind & Beverly Sodhani

    Spouses Arvind & Beverly Sodhani of SODHANI vineyards sit down for a blind tasting with each other.

  • A Closer Look at Côte Chalonnaise

    Take a closer look at this beautiful sub-region in the south of Burgundy, where you'll find a variety of styles from crisp white wines to complex pinot noir.

  • Behind the Glass: Ross Knoll Vineyard

  • Inheriting the Future

    In this SOMM TV original film, take a closer look at the next generation of Bourgogne, France. Defining the greatest wine in the world for centuries does not mean that you cannot embrace the future, and the winemakers of tomorrow in the storied region of Bourgogne are ready for the challenge.

  • Behind The Glass: Fess Parker

    An iconic winery in the Santa Barbara wine region tells a story of family, the film Sideways, and celebrity through three vintages of wine.

  • BYOB: Burgundy

    Burgundy as a region and its vines have defined so many others worldwide. Many believe its wines are out of reach, but there are still exceptional wines at great prices. In this episode, discover what wines to try on a budget and learn everything you need to know to sound like an expert at your n...

  • Verticals S2: Paul Hobbs

    Globe-trotting winemaker Paul Hobbs has left his mark on four continents and popularized native grape varieties. Hugely influential and very precise, Paul makes wine all over the world and this episode gives a close up look at this journey from Malbec in South America to Riesling in the Finger L...

  • NYC Tasting

    Eight sommeliers gather in New York to blind taste Pinot Noir, as seen in SOMM 3.

  • Stewards of the Land: Russian River Valley

    A James Beard Award-winning film about the key figures who transformed Sonoma County from green beans and hops to artisanal Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. This is a look at regionality and a return to slow foods and fermentation, with the simple philosophy of eating local food with local wine. Learn ...

  • Wine Investment, Episode 5: Burgundy

    Anthony and Claire discuss the wines of Burgundy.

  • The Beauty of Burgundy, France

    The peaceful scenery of Burgundy, France.

  • A Conversation about the Willamette Valley

    Jason Wise chats with Tahmiene Momtazi from Maysara in Oregon's Willamette Valley. She shares it all, from initially not wanting to pursue winemaking to becoming one of the country's most skilled Pinot Noir producers.