Biltmore Estate® Pinot Noir

Bottle: $17.00

Soft and elegant with wild cherry aromas, delicate raspberry flavors, and smooth tannins.

Wine Details


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  • Vintage: 2016
  • Varietal: Pinot Noir
  • Appellation: American
  • Acidity: 0.60
  • pH: 3.66
  • Residual Sugar: 0.4%
  • Alcohol: 13.0%

Food Pairings

  • Beef
  • Chicken
  • Salmon
  • Squash Dishes
  • Tuna


  • 90 points + Best Buy - Beverage Testing Institute

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10/28/2017 at 6:35 pm

Great Pinot

By Jim Millsap

Toured the estate over a year ago, bought a few bottles to bring home, and this Pinot Noir was the surprise. Fantastic wine that rivals any California, Oregon, or Washington competition. Will buy more!



03/11/2017 at 9:27 pm

Dinner Delight

By Wine Carolinas

We recently purchased this wine from a local vendor and decided to pair it tonight with beef. The low acidity of this Pinot Noir complimented our main course and fresh sides. This is a sweeter Pinot Noir and we enjoyed the cherry notes it provided. We'...



11/17/2016 at 8:49 pm

The Best Red!

By Mary Ballard

While visiting the Estate for the Christmas Candlelight tour I discovered this Pinot Noir while staying in the Village Hotel. A bottle of this was conveniently in my room. One taste and I knew I had to take this wine home.



12/04/2014 at 7:54 pm


By Bob DiFrancesco

WOW . . .talk about pleasantly surprised, my wife and I visited the Biltmore Property in route to Hillton Head, SC. We stopped for a tour, unfortunately, didn't have time to pursue the entire time, so we went to the gift shop. We were greeted by the...



07/22/2014 at 7:09 am

Best Pinto Nor I have tasted from US

By candice morin

I can't believe that after my 42 years & lots of traveling & great wine my favorite would be from my home state. I was visiting Biltmore for the first time & they had wine tasting while there. I couldn't stop drinking it. Bought 12 bottles to take home....



06/19/2014 at 5:48 pm

Wine for all seasons

By Mike Hax

My wife and I first tried Baltimore's Pinot Noir during a tasting at the winery in Ashville. We found this wine to have a full body and fruity flavor without being either overly dry or sweet. While we enjoy both Malbec and Cabernets, this Pinot has...