This teaser from today's online NY Times made me want to go on to something else right away:
In California, a rebellion is brewing among a small but growing number of pinot noir producers.But then I got to wondering: How do pinot noir producers rebel? Do they refuse to sniff the cork? Do they serve it cold?
I guess the teaser worked, though, because I finally had to find out the answer. And here it is: They make their pinots "fresh and light with aromas of flowers and red fruit."
Oh, those rebellious pinot noir producers!