Along with the whole wine industry, Pinot Noir in China is growing. Terroirs are very young and wine grower are still experimenting with where to plant what.
Pinot noir is mostly grown in Ningxia region, where the dry and sunny climate seems to be good for the delicate pinot noir. It is also grown in some domains in Mountainous Yunnan Regions, where the altitude also seems to have good terroirs.
Pinot noir, or pinot Nero in Italian, is mostly grown in the Northern Area of Italy. Those regions are called Trentino and Alto Adige (South Tyrol, Süd Tirol in German). Its a montainous area, with altitude providing the cool weather needed as well as sun exposure needed to grow a good pinot noir.
Champagne from Cote des Bar is made from Pinot noir and called Blanc de Noir. Those Champagne tend to be more on the fruity and wine side. One of the best is Noir d’Eulalie, from my friend Edouard Duval