This grape variety is originally from Bordeaux vines.
This grape variety comes from the Beaujolais vineyards.
The clusters are small, quite compact and the berries are medium. This variety allows to obtain, in conditions of maceration in whole clusters, warm wines, fruity, medium colored but not very tannic. This variety also makes it possible to produce elegant fruity rosé wines like the famous Beaujolais.
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The decorative aspect of the leaves as well as the delicate Chasselas flavour.
This variety of average sized bunches of round grapes is appreciated for its sweet and juicy flesh which melts in your mouth.
Very big bunches of large grapes, with a juicy and acidic flesh and a firm skin. Conserves well on the vine. Even in areas where the grapes will never reach maturity, due to very little sunshine, they are perfect for cooking.
The bunches are large, conical and not very compact. The pink grains are large, spherical and juicy. The skin is thick but the pips are almost non-existent. Use in the kitchen. Good cold storage.
Very vigorous variety, resistant to cold but sensitive to drought and chlorosis.
The bunches and berries are medium in size and they are ripe from mid to late September (in the southwest).
Very good resistance to mildew and powdery mildew.
Chambourcin makes it possible to produce colored wines of decent quality.
The elongated bunches carry large oval or round grapes whose firm and juicy flesh has a fresh, sweet mushy flavour.