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Origin: The fungus-resistant Pinotin grape variety was bred in 1991 by the Swiss grape breeder Valentin Blattner in the Palatinate.
Interbreeding: Initially, an interbreeding between Pinot Noir and resistance partners was described. In a genetic pedigree analysis, Cabernet Sauvignon and Regent were found to be the parents.
Characteristics: Ripeness is reached around mid to late September. Healthy grapes can be harvested later without any problems. The growth is rather weak, therefore a strong growing rootstock should be used. Since the bud burst is relatively late, there is little danger of late frosts. The vine is not very sensitive to winter frosts.
Grape: Narrow, long, very loose-berried and rarely shouldered grape. The berries are medium-sized, round and uniformly covered with a layer of wax. Due to the loose grape stem, they color very early. Ripeness is reached around mid to late September.
Wine: Pinotin wine is characterized by a strong ruby red color. The aroma is reminiscent of black cherries. In the taste it can convince by its mild, warm kind and reminds of its namesake, the Pinot Noir.
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