Pinot noir in Australia is mostly grown in Victoria State. The focal point there is the Yarra Valley, with famous domain Yering station leading the way.

Tasmania also produces many pinot noir, though they tend to be less famous. The Southern location of the island brings cooler winters and moisture, making it also a great location for the grape.


Pinot noir is mostly grown in Northern California, where night temperatures get cooler due to Ocean breeze. California pinot noir tend to be higher in alcool and lighter in taste that traditional ones from Burgundy.


Bourgogne (Burgundy in French) is the region of France makes some of the finest pinot noir, where it is the main grape variety for red wines. It is divided in 3 areas, Côte de Nuits, Côte de Beaune, and Côte Châlonnaise.

Since pinot noir from Burgundy are numerous and well document, they deserve a specific category. Other pinot noir growing regions in France are listed in the France category.

Why pinot noir ?

Pinot noir is the grape used to make some of greatest and most expensive red wines in the World. It is difficult to grown, requires a lot of work over the year and is more fragile than other wine varieties. The very delicacy of those wines makes them some of the most sought after wines in the Word.

Welcome to I love pinot noir

If you like pinot noir, or are just curious about it, you have come to the right place. This website is only about pinot noir wines from all over the World. From the home grape of Burgundy, to Tasmania and Oregon, we are looking at all pinot noir and everything to know about this fantastic grape. Enjoy and drink responsibly!