Pinot Noir is renowned for producing some of the finest wines globally, although it can be challenging to grow, earning it the moniker "heartbreak grape." It is a light colour, and low tannins result from its thin skin. Young Pinot Noir wines have a fruity aroma of cherries, raspberries, and strawberries, while more mature wines can develop more complex aromas, such as vegetal and "barnyard" scents.