Pinot Noir Précoce Wine Grape

Pinot Noir Précoce (also called Frühburgunder) is a dark blue grape and a form of mutation of Pinot Noir with medium tannins. It is suitable for growing in colder wine regions due to its approximately two weeks earlier ripening. The grapes are a little smaller than Pinot Noir, the wines are closely similar to Pinot Noir but somewhat more rustic in its taste, lower in acidity, with hints of strawberries, ripe cherries, blackberries and red currants.