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Petite Sirah
This is a dark, tannic, fruity grape. It sometimes has smoky or chocolaty tones to it. It should not be confused with Sirah/Shiraz grape, which is a completely different grape. It is popular More…
Phylloxera
Grape phylloxera (Daktulosphaira vitifoliae, family Phylloxeridae), commonly just called Phylloxera, is a pest of commercial grapevines worldwide, originally native to eastern North More…
Pinot Blanc
This grape has a flavour very much like Chardonnay wine. It is grown in Alsace, Italy, and Austria (where it's known as Weissburgunder). It is a mutation of the Pinot Gris grape. More…
Pinot Gris
This is a clone of Pinot Noir, grown in France, Germany, Austria and along the west coast of the US. It can be used to create both fine whites and roses. Synonym: Rulander,Grauer More…
Pinot Noir
These grapes are softer and earlier ripening than Cabernet grapes, and are very sensitive to conditions. Used often in red wines, they are also used (without skins) as a white ingredient in More…
Pinotage
Developed in the early 1900s and used primarly by South Africa, Pinotage is a mix between pinot noir and cinsaut. The grape makes a wine that is hearty, with a fruity and spice taste. More…
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