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So what variety is Dornfelder? This variety was bred in Germany in the 1950s. Its heritage include the varieties Pinot Noir, Schiava Grossa, Blaufankisch and Blauer Portugieser. Although it is a relatively new variety it has rapidly become popular in Germany and more recently in Switzerland. Only a few wineries in Australia have this variety as it is a cold weather grape, so they are either in the alpine regions or in Tasmania. It seems that this variety could fill a niche as a smooth drinking red wine alternative to pinot noir in cooler wine regions.
Country: Germany Variety: Dornfelder Alcohol: <0.5% ABV
Non-alcohlic wine, grape must, sucrose, carbonic acid, suplhur dioxide
|Energy||88kJ / 21 kcal|
|- Sugar||4.3 g|