I'm making Pinot Noir. What type of wine bottle should I use?

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Pinot Noir is filled in Burgundy bottles.
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Antique green burgundy is most popular choice.  Screw cap or cork is next decision, then label.  On thing to note is a fair amount of burgundy bottles have a shorter label panel height than say a claret .  When you get into higher end burgundy bottles many get fatter ( wide circumference) in the body therefore the label panel decreases in height. If your label is taller than the recommended label panel on the line drawing of the bottle you will get wrinkles on application.  
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