This grape variety is originally from Bordeaux vines.
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Pinot Noir is one of the emblematic grape varieties of the Burgundian and Champenois vineyards. It is also the only red vat plant authorized in Alsace.
Vigorous variety that is quite fertile but matures late (end of September in the south-west).
It resists well to downy mildew and gray rot but is a little sensitive to powdery mildew.
Clusters and berries are medium to large in size.
Villard blanc makes it possible to produce a wine of ordinary quality.
Variety of medium vigor but very fertile.
It resists well to mildew and powdery mildew but is a little sensitive to gray rot.
Clusters and berries are of medium size.
Harvest between mid and end of September (in the south-west)
Villard noir makes it possible to produce colored wines of decent quality.