Pinot Noir

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Originating from the Burgundy region in France, this grape loves chalky soil, yet it is a small producer. This grape gives a very fine and delicate wines with a nose of violets, raspberries and most of all cherries (especially black cherries)… Fairly high in acidity, the wines produced from this grape are not very tannic.

Colour: Dark

Frequency: Well planted around the world.

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Origin: Burgundy, France

Maturity: 2nd period

Sensitivity to diseases: Odium, Mildew

Area(s) Cultivated: France ( Burgundy, Champagne, Alsace, Jura), Internationally (Germany, Austria, Romania, Switzerland, USA, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa,…)

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Type of Wines [ Profile ] : Very fruity with aromas of dark cherries, violets, black pepper…

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