Wine & Viticulture Journal Issue 2, 2021
Title: Pinot Noir regional distinctiveness — does it exist in Australia?
Keywords: Acid, Adelaide, analysis, Anthocyanins, Aroma, Australia, Australian, California, Character, characters, Chemical, Chile, Climate, climates, Colour, Concentration, Cool, distinctiveness, Esters, Grapes, Hills, Mornington, New Zealand, Noir, Peninsula, Pinot, Profiles, Quality, Red, Regional, Regionality, Sensory, Soil, South, spectrometry, Tannin, Tasmania, Terroir, Valley, Victoria, Volatile, Wine, Winemaking, Yarra
Page Number(s): 36-38
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The Autumn issue.