Pinot noir

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red wine grape

dry red California table wine made from purple Pinot grapes

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The next most-planted grape here is the red Spatburgunder.
By 1992, 8 percent of acreage was occupied by red grapes such as Spatburgunder and the prolific Portugieser.
In addition to the three varietals that are harvested on-site, the winery also offers Siegerrebe and Spatburgunder with grapes purchased from other Washington growers.
We drank Bernhard Huber's Malterdinger Spatburgunder, one of Germany's finest Pinot Noirs.
German pinot noir - spatburgunder - can be a dream.
90) Fritz Allendorf Exclusiv Rheingau Spatburgunder Pinot Noir 2005 (Germany).
Spatburgunder The German word for the Pinot Noir grape.
The Ahr Valley is particularly well regarded for its Spatburgunder, which wine-lovers will recognise as pinot noir.
I grew up in this wine country, where men would spend evenings in the pub, sipping two or three viertele (quarter liters) of the local reds with names like Spatburgunder (Pinot noir), Dornfelder and Lemberger.
90) August Kesseler Spatburgunder Weissherbst Brut 2001 (Germany).
However, in those days, and for some time later, imported roses were far more interesting, particulary "Lagosta" from Portugal, a Spatburgunder Weisherbst from Germany called "Affentaler" and the 1981 Domaine de Longval Tavel from France.
Some of the specifications are: grapes must be Riesling or Spatburgunder (Pinot noir); yield is limited to 50 hectoliters per hectare; harvesting