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loose-bunched (GB)

loose-grained grapes

Designation (also schütterbeerig) for the form of grapes, An old name for this is Zottler (shaggy). The individual berries are arranged loosely, so that in between, in contrast to dense-berry grapes, a more or less large distance is given. This may be advantageous because more sunlight reaches the individual berries and this has a positive effect on the individual berries maturation as well as by better dripping and drying after one precipitation less danger of fungal diseases consists. Certain varieties are inherently loose-fitting, but this can also be done by Verrieseln have been caused.

Pinot Noir clones - dense, mixed-berry and loose-bodied

The form of the grapes (dense, mixed, loose-bodied is dependent on the vine, In general, are dense Bacchus. Cabernet Sauvignon. Merlot. Muscat Blanc, all Pinot varieties. Riesling. Sangiovese. Sauvignon Blanc. Sylvaner. St. Laurent. Syrah. Traminer. Tempranillo and Zweigelt, These require in the Weingarten Care possibly more effort regarding plant protection, Today, however, is trying to special Clones to breed with the desired characteristics. The picture shows three different clones of the Spätburgunders ( Pinot Noir ). Especially at the breeding from table grapes great importance is attached to locker-likeness. See also below blossom,

dense-berry varieties St. Laurent, Bacchus and Pinot Gris

Grape variety pictures: © Rebschule Freytag

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