pinot

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See also: Pinot

English[edit]

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Borrowed from French pinot, a type of vine, from earlier pineau.

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pinot (countable and uncountable, plural pinots)

  1. Any of several grape varieties grown in Europe and North America.
    • 2012, Grant Achatz, Nick Kokonas, Life, on the Line, Penguin (→ISBN)
      “Grant, today you're going to crush the pinot grapes in the fermenters outside.” I clapped my hands together, excited to be really making wine and said, “Okay… show me what I have to do.”
  2. (by extension) Any of several wines made from these grapes.
    • 2004, John Winthrop Haeger, North American Pinot Noir, Univ of California Press (→ISBN), page 150:
      How much funkiness makes a pinot taste desirably complex, and how much more really is too much? Is a pinot good if it does not taste more like fruit than stones?

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Finnish[edit]

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pinot

  1. Nominative plural form of pino.

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French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

pin +‎ -ot

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pinot m (plural pinots)

  1. pinot

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Romanian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From French pinot.

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pinot n (plural pinoturi)

  1. pinot

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