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 Garanoir

Garanoir

Glossary term

Garanoir

The red grapes (also Pully B-28) is a new breed of Gamay (red) Reichensteiner x (white). The crossing took place in 1970 in Switzerland by André and Dominique Jaquinet Maigre at the Swiss Federal Research Station Changins in Nyon (Vaud). Breeding goal was to provide a variety of qualities of the Gamay and Pinot Noir with earlier maturity create. The name given at that time Granoir may not be used for legal reasons. The early ripening, fungus-resistant variety is grown in some Swiss cantons on a total of 200 hectares of vineyards and a small scale in the German region Württemberg. It provides a deep red wine with blackberry and mild flavor. For the same parents, the red variety is Gamaret emerged.

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