|De 1 a 10 uds.||3,99 €/ud.||0 %|
|De 11 a 24 uds.||2,99 €/ud.||26 %|
|De 25 a 99 uds.||1,99 €/ud.||51 %|
|De 100 a 199 uds.||1,84 €/ud.||54 %|
|De 200 a 0 uds.||1,79 €/ud.||56 %|
This variety is originally from Burgundy.
In the European Union, Pinot noir is officially called by other names: Blauer Burgunder (Austria), Blauer Spätburgunder (Germany), Modri pinot (Slovenia), Pinot Nero (Italy), Pinot crni (Croatia) and Rulandské modré (Czech republic, Slovakia). These synonyms are officially recognized in France regarding plant propagation material.
Wine grape variety.
Bud burst: 2 days after Chasselas.
Grape maturity: early-season, half a week to 1 week after Chasselas
Pinot noir is a delicate variety, sensitive to the main diseases, particularly downy mildew, rotbrenner, grey rot (on clusters and leaves), and vine leafhoppers.
The certified Pinot noir clones carry the numbers 667