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Definitions

  1. Dornfelder is a red variety, developed in Germany in 1955, currently grown commercially in the United States. (Web site)
  2. Dornfelder is a German variety also grown in the United States and in Burma.
  3. Dornfelder is a German variety which is also grown in the United States and, believe it or not, in Burma.
  4. Dornfelder is a crossing of 6 varieties including early Pinot Noir and Black Hamburg. (Web site)
  5. Dornfelder is a dark-skinned variety of grape of German origin used for red wine.

Blaufränkisch

  1. It is a cross between a 'Blauer Lemberger' (Blaufränkisch) and ' Dornfelder '.

Noir

  1. This is a blend of Dornfelder, Dunkelfelder (rare variety), and Spatburgunder (P. noir).

Bouquet

  1. The bouquet of the Dornfelder is unique and unmistakeable.

Wineries

  1. In the Finger Lakes region it is very scarce, only two wineries grow Dornfelder and Fulkerson Winery is the only varietal wine producer. (Web site)

Robust

  1. The Dornfelder became somewhat more robust but the fruit was less distinctive.

Last Ten Years

  1. Dornfelder has become one of the most popular red grape varieties in Germany in the last ten years. (Web site)

Red Grape Variety

  1. Dornfelder is the most widely planted red grape variety.

Red Wine Grape

  1. Dornfelder is the 3rd most planted red wine grape in Germany.

Strange Fruit

  1. The Dornfelder tasted sour and I sensed some sort of strange fruit in the background. (Web site)

Lemberger

  1. The grape is a fairly recent cross (1971) of Dornfelder x Lemberger.

England

  1. Dornfelder is also grown in England, where it’s often blended with Pinot Noir, or used for rosé.

Varietal

  1. Fulkerson Winery is the only producer of a Dornfelder varietal in the Finger Lakes with this Limited Quanity wine aged 8 months in 2 year old French Oak.

Sweet

  1. For some reason I thought of Concord grape wine, although the Dornfelder wasn't all that sweet.

Blackberries

  1. Dornfelder wines are velvety textured, slightly floral, often show flavours of plums, blackberries or cherries, and are typically oaked.

Good Acidity

  1. Dornfelder has a depth of colour, good acidity and the ability to benefit from barrique aging and the associated oak flavours. (Web site)

Crossing

  1. This is a crossing between Dornfelder and Limberger two red varieties widely grown in Germany and Austria.
  2. It is a crossing between Blauer Lemberger (Blaufränkisch) and Dornfelder.

Hybrids

  1. Actually a hybrid made from the crossing of two hybrids, the Dornfelder can lay a claim to many central European varietals in its lineage. (Web site)
  2. The Dornfelder varietal is a hybrid created in 1976 from two other hybrids (genetically descended from Fruhburgunder, Trollinger, Portugeiser and Lemberger).

Grape

  1. The Dornfelder grape was bred to provide Germany with a grape capable of producing deep, dark reds with some tannins to them. (Web site)
  2. I really tried it for the Dornfelder grape but thought it was pretty nice.
  3. The Dornfelder grape is a crossing of many lesser known German grape varieties.

Bacchus

  1. Varieties as diverse as Bacchus, Dornfelder and Pinot Blanc are grown, and the winery and vineyard welcomes visitors.

Rondo

  1. Our vineyard consists of Bacchus, Reichensteiner and Schonberger grapes for white wine production and Rondo and Dornfelder for red wine. (Web site)

Württemberg

  1. Dornfelder is named after the founder of Weinsberg, the viticultural school in Württemberg where August Herold was a prolific breeder.
  2. Dornfelder is one of the “classic” grape varieties cultivated in the Nahe, the Palatinate, Rhine-Hesse and Württemberg.

Germany

  1. Dornfelder, however, is a German wine that is full-bodied with plenty of tannin, and has become the third most grown varietal in Germany.
  2. Dornfelder is the second most grown red wine grape variety in Germany. (Web site)
  3. DORNFELDER: Recent vine resulting from a Helfensteiner x Heroldrebe cross gaining wide popularity in Germany and England. (Web site)

Red

  1. DORNFELDER (red) Recent vine cross (1956) gaining wide popularity in Germany. (Web site)
  2. The northern portion of this region produces mainly white wines from Riesling, Scheurebe, and Rulander (Pinot Gris), and red wines from Dornfelder.

Pinot Noir

  1. At that time, Dornfelder was Germany’s third most planted red grape after Spätburgunder (Pinot Noir) and Portugieser.
  2. In the middle of the 1990s Pfeffingen planted small quantities of Pinot Noir and Dornfelder, experimenting with red varieties for the first time. (Web site)
  3. This wine has a little bit of everything in the blend: Pinot Noir, Dornfelder, Rondo, Madaline, Angevine, Seyval Blanc and Schönburger to be precise.

Dornfelder

  1. Dornfelder Dornfelder is the second most grown red wine grape variety in Germany.
  2. Dornfelder Dornfelder is the 3rd most planted red wine grape in Germany.
  3. Dornfelder (red) Colourful, early-ripening red producing fruity, appealing reds in Germany and grown to a limited extent in England.

Categories

  1. Red Variety
  2. Cooking > Foods > Fruit > Pinot Noir
  3. World > Countries > European Union > Germany
  4. Red Wine Grape
  5. Württemberg
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