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Noiret is a red grape specifically designed by Cornell University for production in colder climates. Its origin dates back to 1973 but the grape was not grown commercially until 2006. Like many other interspecific grape cultivars, Noiret offers some disease resistance. Noiret grapes generate dark ruby and purple hues. 



Acres in Missouri:

9 acres

Flavors or tasting notes:

Along with its juicy notes of cherry and strawberry, Noiret is defined by its peppery characteristics.

Taste Profile:

Noiret is known for its balanced tannins

Ideal Serving Temperature:

Served at 65°F

Food pairings:

Steak with peppercorn sauce, spicy jambalaya 

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