Noiret Wine Information
Frency Hybrid Grape
Noiret is one of the group of grapes known as hybrid grapes
. They are grapes who were created by breeding French grapevines and American grapevines together to create a hearty grape with a combination of good flavor and winter-sturdiness. Noiret is a red grape.
Noiret was created by the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station - a location which works hard to develop grapes that are tasty but which can also withstand the frigid cold temperatures found in many northern states and Canada. It's a tricky job!
Noiret has peppery flavors and hints of raspberry. It's primarily found in New York and Canada.
The parents of Noiret are NY65.0467.08 and Steuben. NY65.0467.08 is the child of NY33277 x 'Chancellor'. Chancellor is a well known French hybrid grape that can be found in a variety of wineries in the northeast.
Steuben, also known as Ambrosia, is used as a wine grape as well as an eating grape and jelly grape. Steuben also came from the NY breeders and is a cross of Wayne x Sheridan.
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