Pinot Noir

Pinot Noir 1 Field Pinot Noir 2 Field Pinot Noir Studio

Pinot Noir is a very early ripening black wine grape from France. It has a short growing season with low yield potential. Vitis vinifera, the selected clone for data analysis was Pinot Noir FVD4V2. Grown for commercial wine production in Australia. The Cultivar Name of this variety is Pinot Noir. Pinot Noir is the variety used in the superior red wines of Burgundy and one of the principal Champagne varieties. There are about thirty different recognised clones in Australia and some clones may be better adapted to particular areas. Pinot Noir is not vigorous and yield is moderate even on selected clones The colour of wines from is never intense and fruit from hot areas may make uninteresting wines lacking in colour and flavour. However, in cool areas the wines have a distinctive varietal flavour.

Variety: Pinot Noir
Colour: Black
Seeded: Yes
Bud Burst Days (July 1=0): Medium 73.00
Flowering Days (July 1=0): Late 116.00
Veraison Rating: Medium 183.00
Harvest 22 Brix Days (July 1=0): Very Early 209.00
Seasonality (days): Short 138.00
Leaf Area Index (m2/m2): 2.65
Bunches Per Shoot: 1.60
Yield Potential: Low
Berry Weight (g): 0.97
Total Soluble Solids (° Brix): 22.40
pH: 4.07
Titratable Acidity (g/L): Low 3.61
Tartaric Acid (g/L): 5.78
Malic Acid (g/L): 3.67
Tartrate Malate Acid Ratio: Medium 1.58
Anthocyanins (mg/g): Low 0.54
Phenolics (au): 1.70
Yeast Assimilable Nitrogen (mg/)L: 295
Potassium (mg/)L: 2,095.00