Which fungus-resistant grape varieties are there and what does PIWI Wine taste like?

It is still an insider tip in the wine world - but more and more wine enthusiasts are discovering the "new wines"and getting enthusiastic about them.

There are now a large number of new varieties that produce very different wines with their own character. The journey of discovery is exciting and full of new taste experiences.

We have compiled a small overview with description and food recommendation of the "new varieties" for you. Have fun on your journey of discovery!

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Souvignier gris
Crossing:Cabernet Sauvignon X Bronner
Synonyms:FR 392-83 / 1983
Origin:State Wine Institute Freiburg, Germany

Sensory description
strong-bodied, neutral to slightly fruity

Variety characteristics
Shoots: with Burgundy varieties 
Flowering period: a few days before Pinot Gris Grape Development / Closure: with Pinot Gris  
Softening: shortly after Pinot Blanc  
Harvest maturity: with Pinot Blanc, for example
Pero. Strength: very high  
Oidium strength: high, only in exceptional cases a treatment sprinkling: very low
Pedicle lameness: very low
Grape size: medium-sized, not very compact, elongated roller shape. Berry size / density: medium-sized / relatively small  
Yield level: 70 - 80 kg / a
Must weight: 88 - 98 ° Oe
Most acid: 6.5-8.0 g / l
Decay rate: low