Pinot noir

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red wine grape

dry red California table wine made from purple Pinot grapes

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Of the 5,300 acres (2,145 hectares), most are planted to Blauburgunder, which is able to ripen adequately due to the warming influence of the lake.
Fanti grows primarily Blauburgunder (Pinot Noir) grapes.
* Baden's homegrown red wine made from Blauburgunder grapes, "Goldwandler"
It is in his cellars that I not only become better acquainted with some of the better known Buendner wines, such as Blauburgunder and RieslingxSylvaner, but where I also get to know one of the regions better kept secrets: Completer.
A Chianti Classico from Antinori costs roughly Sfr18 as compared to, say, Sfr25 for a Buenduer Blauburgunder. How do you, or can you, sway consumers in your direction?" "Simple: do a taste test."
Wines front Flisch: RieslingxSylvaner; from Maienfeld: Pinot blanc; from Jenins: Blanburgunder, Blauburgunder Mariafeld, Pinot gris, Pinot gris Spatlese, Gewurztraminer, Completer, Cabernet Sauvignon; from Chur: Blauburgunder, Sussdruck, Rauschling.
Her two main wine sorts are Blauburgunder and Sauvignon Blanc, but ventures into the domain of Weiss-burgunder (a white Burgundy) and die famed Completer have already been initiated.
A good example of this is the fact that no Buendner wine grower uses concentrates." Nor do they use any of the increasingly notorious additives or "artificial" colours, such as dried bovine blood, used by some Bordeaux and Burgundy wine growers as von Tscharner, hoisting a glass of his Blauburgunder in the air, decrees, "Look at this colour!