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Origin: The new fungus-resistant red wine variety Carillon (FR 628-2005r) was bred at the Staatlichen Weinbauinstitut Freiburg in 2005.
Interbreeding: Bronner x Mtp 3179-90-7
Characteristics: The piwi-variety sprouts late and has a late ripening date. In addition, the variety has an upright, medium-strong growth habit and forms very few side shoots. There is a low tendency to coulure and susceptibility to stem rot. The new variety is not attacked by the spotted wing drosophila (Drosophila suzukii). Overall, the grape variety is very robust due to the wild species crossed into it.
Grape: The grapes are medium-sized, mostly compact and bear slightly larger, round, blue berries with a very robust berry skin.
Wine: The wine is very fruity aromatic with intense cherry and berry aromas. The color comes out very intense, on the palate the red wine appears soft and at the same time full-bodied.
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