"Pinot Noir" The Holy Grail of Wine

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    Pinot Noir: The Holy Grail of Wine is a true story of adversity, struggle, and love between the toughest grape - Pinot Noir, and a man whose passion for Pinot Noir would stop at nothing in pursuit of her beauty. Taunted by his addiction to Pinot Noir's mysterious allure, John Saemann, an inexperienced wannabe vintner, is drawn to the magic of Sonoma Mountain, where he pursues his own vision of the Holy Grail of Wine - Clouds Rest.
    John is, however, unaware that he is about to encounter years of trials, tribulations, and adversity in the vineyard and in the winery. He takes the challenge of centuries to try the impossible and invests his soul and passion hoping his vineyard can leave a legacy in the world of fine Pinot Noir.

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    1. vigneron

      With this rather rapid turnover in barrels, what most are tasting is from the new oak of the barrels and not necessarily the grape.

    2. Earth Ling

      This guy Scott looks baked as fuck through the whole video lel

    3. Jared Stone

      Mean while the best wine is from South Australia! Such pomp and circumstance is heroes the wines..

    4. Yeng Sabio

      Pee-no-nwa Ter-wa

    5. Lana Trifunovic

      Nice Video! Sorry for butting in, I would love your thoughts. Have you tried - Lammywalness Green Grapes Guide (do a google search)? It is a good one off product for learning how to become a successful grape grower minus the headache. Ive heard some extraordinary things about it and my m8 got amazing results with it.

    6. Joseph Van

      Best wine for the money at any price level. My all-time favorite is Savigny les Beaune, but it has gotten too costly for me to enjoy except for a really special occasion.

    7. Mr Natty Gains

      1 min in and this is ridiculous

    8. jst4curiosity

      Pinot Noir is the best of the red varietals - bar none. I'm only disappointed they didn't feature any of the fine Noirs from Northern Santa Barbara County and the Santa Rita Valley near Lompoc! They're making some of the best tasting and smoothest I've ever had.

    9. WILD WES

      This is the most overdramatic video for booze that I can’t take it seriously.

    10. Vagabond Masllani

      witcher 3

    11. Snake_XIX

      Pinot Noir is probably the most fresh of the red wines

    12. Snake_XIX

      I wouldn't think of a queen as sexy but ok

    13. Chris D

      Bannockburn New Zealand ! Enough said

    14. Robert W

      Zinfandel must be the Ace of Spades.

    15. Robert Smith

      BURGUNDY IS KING! I WORKED IN THE INDUSTRY FOR YEARS AND I CAN TELL YOU THAT THERE IS SO MUCH SNOBBERY AND BS GOING ON AS FAR AS DISCRIPTION OF WINE. YOU CAN TASTE A WINE EITH A GROUP OF PEOPLE AND TELL THEM YOU ARE GETTING AROMAS OF PAINT THINNER TO BATH WATER AND THEY WILL TELL YOU THEY GET THAT AS WELL. JUST DRINK WHAT YOU LIKE AT WHATEVER PRICE AND IN WHATEVER GLASS/CUP AND F_ _K THEM ALL!

    16. packer812

      PN is probably my least favorite red wine grape. The wines are often thin, watery and with too little tannin, almost like grape juice. Cab Sauv all the way!

    17. rockonmadonna

      The future looks infernal for the nectar of the gods in California due to climate crisis. >14% alcohol Pinot? Hard pass. Cannot compete with the Côte d'Or either, particularly Madame LeRoy, but even Bourgogne is toast by 2050 unless we all switch to hybrids, thorium nuclear, etc. faster than I could teach a non-francophone how to pronounce "Beaulieu."

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    19. Easy Does It

      I like the fruit forwardness of N America PN's however the terroir of French make PNs that the rest of the world can not duplicate even if they want to try. Every terroir land parcel has its minerals temperatures humidity and everyone is different

    20. MagicTime Productions

      Pinot is amazing....this video is a little outdated but still amazing.

    21. Osmo 454

      Pinot Noir❤️🍷 There is no better.

    22. Dan Vig

      The narrator has an awful voice. Should have used the narrator from Modern Marvels.

    23. Invidious

      Holy Grail? Oh ffs.

    24. Ms Boyce

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    28. Oscar S.

      PINOOOOOOOOOOTT NOOOOOOIIIIIR!!! - Titus

    29. The Winemaker

      Holy is the word.

    30. Earl Lee Ray

      1,000th like!

    31. mossberg451

      Pino noir is awesome

    32. Eduardo Rodrigues

      Beautiful Staff... Thank you for sharing!

    33. TaZa!

      Thanks for the video! Great stuff.

    34. ChrisC

      It would have been nice if they could have gotten a narrator able to correctly pronounce words like "pinot noir", "terroir", and "sommelier".

    35. Markus Wendelin

      I am from Austria and i Love Pinot Noir too🇦🇹❤🇦🇹Austrian Pinot Noir is also very good 👧🙌🍷🍷

    36. The Winemaker

      Amen to Pinot Noir, don't forget fruit wines like pineapple, banana, peach, they may suprise you. I know because once i started making them i haven't been able to stop.

    37. SeriouslyNotNormal

      PEEENOOOOO NOOIR

      1. Yeng Sabio

        Pee-no-nwa Ter-wa

    38. Jia Yuan Lo

      Adam from AdamRuinsEverything says otherwise lol

    39. Zare Arslanian

      Great story! John Saemann seems like a really great guy with incredible passion! Wish I can try the wine but can't get it here in Canada. All the best to him and his family.

    40. Catie Nutella

      i was looking for titus

    41. Curt Christensen

      I still say CABERNET is best. Pinot noir is a close second

    42. String Line LLC

      Sold: i have to try one!!

    43. Jason Atabay

      I love a good wine. I have tried so many pinot noir wines from Oregon to California, but Burgundy wines is heavenly awesome especially highly acclaimed Domaine De La Romaneé-Conti

    44. The Winemaker

      Pinot Noir the answer is always yes haha

    45. Zerothe

      I have only been drinking wine seriously for about 6 months or so. I thought wine was going to be sweet. So you could imagine my shock drinking cab. It took me the whole bottle before I started to get it and like it. Once I did, every other wine I had didn't stand up to a good cab. Being new to wine, I didn't know it was the tannins that I was enjoying so much. So Pinot just tastes bland, as do the others I have tried except riesling. I don't hate it, I just think they're overreacting to it. Again I am new, so it may be a flawed opinion. That's how I feel right now.

      1. mossberg451

        It's not Welch's grape juice that's for sure

      2. T Clark

        And how about now, 7 months on?

      3. Cf Carpenters

        I think it's easier to happen on good Cab. When i find a good Pino the next day I buy like 3 more. Then 3 more and more then it's gone or a newer year comes in then the year that was good pops back up and you buy them all.

      4. Garreth

        Zerothe everyone is entitled to their own opinion on wine, it is a very personal thing. I teach that to everyone that is new to the industry

    46. Ted Davidson

      Shouldn't a master sommelier be able to pronounce Beaulieu correctly?

    47. Angel Serrano

      I mean it's good, specially Oregon pinot noir,;delicious. But there is better grapes 🍇 I prefer Nebbiolo from Italia 🇮🇹

    48. Austin Bowen

      "Our minerality is unbelievable" -Trump 2016

    49. Christopher Har V

      I love the slight spiritual tones of this, going hand in hand with the mystifying sense impressions of good wine,, especially good Pinot. Lovely. I wish to find some Clouds Rest Pinot soon.

    50. kozmobillions

      I still don't drink fucking Merlot!

      1. Dorian Graye

        kozmobillions 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

    51. kozmobillions

      Miles from Sideways 🍷 brought me here.

    52. Jeremiah Anglin

      Excellent story. Pinot Noir my favorite

    53. leonel7201

      My name is king kong from hong kong and i play ping pong. My hobbies are film noir and pinot noir.

    54. lakecrab

      I'm drinking PN, puffing a good C-Gar and watching this documentary at the same time...makes it all the better. Cheers & Bottoms up.

      1. voltronsupreme

        I have a bias to concord grape wine, perhaps its because i been making wine inmate style for ages with welches grape juice. Now i make it more properly with concord grapes and while I enjoy a Pinot Noir, Concord is still my fav... im watching this with some Concord grape wine i made inmate style just to watch this video.. 17..... Cheers

    55. Michael Green

      "Benign climate" "Minerality is unbelievable" Haha.

      1. Vince Chan

        Michael Green

    56. Michael Green

      Irrigation ?

    57. Michael Green

      So many 'micro-climates' Macro, Mezzo then Micro-climates. Micro is measured in centimetres you ....

    58. ausfuhrpramienjagar

      Thanks for a great video! Well done indeed.. I love my Pinot and would dearly love to try some of Clouds Rest vintages. Nothing like a good Pinot... :-)

    59. Der Fremde

      Pinot Nowahr sounds horrific.

      1. Der Fremde

        Châteauneuf-du-pape... Shadownuff-do-pop. Spätlese... spitlaser.

      2. Michael Green

        Pinot Noir ... Pie-Knot Nor. Vosne-Romanée ... Voz-Knee Roman-Knee.

    60. NiggeliNG

      "The toughest grape". Sure it's a demanding grape, but the toughest? In Switzerland we basically only grow Pinot Noir because nothing else will grow here

      1. Bon Summers

        Really? Elaborate please.

      2. Amanda A

        Simon Brunel as an American I can 100% confirm this

      3. Simon Brunel

        you're talking with Americans, so it's about the same as if they'd talk about Röstis. They know and understand shit.