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Current issue on Oregon Pinot Noir:
The article uses the expression "Pinot Noirs."
Is that right, or should it be "Pinots Noir."


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Like "courts martial" or "attorneys general"
 
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Or RBIs or RsBi....

In most cases, Pinot Noir can be both singular and plural, no?

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I was going to go to my local store and say, "I'd like two Pinot Noirs" or maybe "I'd like two Pinots Noir." Not being sure, I said, "I'd like a bottle of Pinot Noir. No, on second thought, make it two bottles."
Thus, solving the problem. Big Grin


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