Fruhburgunder

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Fruhburgunder

(red grape) This is an ancient version of the Pinot Noir it has small berries. It ripens earlier than the Pinot Noir hence its name. It came originally from the Ahr district but is now being grown in Sachsen and Franken. It likes slate soils.
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Frühburgunder

The red grape probably comes from France. There are around 120 synonyms that indicate old age. Some of them alphabetically grouped by country are Augustclevner, Augustklevner, Augustiner, Augusttraube, Blauer Augustiner, Blue Frühburgunder, Frauentagtraube, Frauentraube, Frühblaue, Early Burgundy, Frühschwarze, Jakobstraube, Juliustraube, Möhrc...
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