Life Style / Wine Grapes / Bachet Noir
Bachet Noir: (No other details as yet other than it has the synonym name Francois Noir and is one of the 16 known direct possible descendants of the ancient Pinot cepage x Gouais Blanc cross that resulte . . . View Full Definition
Pinot Noir: Belongs to the premier Pinot grape 'cépage' of the Burgundy region of France. Recently (2002) recognized that the progenitors of the cépage are most likely Traminer and a clonal selection, o . . . View Full Definition
Pinot Précoce Noir: V.vinifera variety belonging to the Pinot cépage. Seems to be of ancient origin, possibly a mutant clone. Has over 40 synonym names listed in the Geilweilerhof database, including Früburgund . . . View Full Definition
Piquepoul (Noir): (No details as yet).
Picardan (Noir): Synonym name for Cinsaut variety where grown in the southern Rhone region of France. Occasionally used in red wine blends but finding less favor in the last decades of the 20th century.
Olivette Noir: V.vinifera variety grown in Europe for use as a table/wine grape. Has over 20 synonym names including Diamond Jubilee Grape. No other details as yet.
Noir Hatif De Marseille: Ancient french variety grown on limited acreages in central Europe under several synonym names including Muscat Noir Hatif Marsella. Reportedly lacking vigor and producing only moderate to l . . . View Full Definition
Noiret: Pronounced 'nwahr-ay'. Reported to be a mid-season ripening wine grape useful for creating red wine. Derived from a NY65.0467.08 x Steuben variety cross initiated in 1973 at the NYS Agricult . . . View Full Definition
Prunelard (Noir): Reported to be a very rare variety grown in the Tarn region of France. Thought to have been near extinction it was recovered by Robert Plageoles and referred to locally as the Red Stemmed Cô . . . View Full Definition
Ravat 262 (Noir): French-american hybrid grape related to Pinot Noir. Some stock, usually ripening around mid-September, is planted in the Eastern states of the U.S. in order to make a currently light, candy- . . . View Full Definition