There is about 128,000 acres of Pinot Noir planted worldwide.
Based on Pinot Noir, it gives rich berry aromas alongside brioche, quince, and pears.
The good news is any grape variety beginning with "Pinot" is likely to fit this bill.
type of grape vine used in wine-making, 1912, American English variant spelling of French pineau (attested in English from 1763), name of a family of wine grapes, from pin "pine tree" (see pine (n.)) + diminutive suffix -eau. So called from the shape of the grape clusters. Variants are pinot noir, "black," pinot blanc, "white," and pinot gris, "gray."