MORE ABOUT Frühburgunder


The Frühburgunder is a blue grape that is mainly grown in German wine regions. It is a mutation of the Pinot Noir, also known as spätburgunder in German. The name ‘Frühburgunder’ can be understood as ‘early Spätburgunder’, because the grape is generally ripe 14 days earlier than the Spätburgunder.

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