The first grape planted in Chile. Cultivation is still widespread in Chile and the red wines obtained are often used for the production of bulk wine.
Dark-skinned grape variety very common in Portugal. The wines obtained will be very tannic and able to aging for a long time.
Originally from Burgundy it has become an international grape. The shape of its cluster resembles that of a pine cone. Cultivation is complex and its natural color is coppery. It is often vinified in white, sometimes in contact with the skins and the must gets a coppery color.
Dark grape variety, it is used to make Champagna. It belongs to the family of Pinot.
Originally from France, it is now an international grape variety. It is used for the production of Champagne. It is almost in every wine country. The grape has a thin skin and the wines produced by Pinot Noir will be fruity and elegant.
Grape variety from South Africa obtained from the crossing of Pinot Nero and Cinsaut.
It finds in Puglia its home land. Its name derives from the fact that the grapes ripen early and are characterized by an important sugar content. The wine obtained from Primitivo grapes will have an intense and dark color and aromas of ripe red fruits.