Pinot Noir Grape
Pinot Noir Grape

Pinot Noir Grape


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Famous Burgandy wine is in your future when you order the Pinot Noir Grape Vine (Vitis ‘Pinot Noir’) for your vineyard! Even if you don’t have a vineyard yet, planting a couple of Grapevines in your garden means you will almost instantly! How’s that for bragging rights?
The dense clusters are gorgeous glaucous deep true-blue and are arguably one of the most famous wine grapes around! The lush green foliage is a gorgeous backdrop to the white summer flower clusters that will be buzzing with bees and beneficial pollinators!
Hardy throughout USDA growing zones 6 through 10, Pinot Noir Grapes tolerate heat and humidity and are self-fertile. However, you’ll enjoy a much larger yield when you plant multiples, that way if the local birds abscond with a few, you won’t lose out on plenty of grapes to ferment for your sipping pleasure! Use bird netting to keep a majority of the fruit for your fermented beverages!
Planting and Application:Grape Vines are fantastic fruiting Vines to grow on arbors and trellis, fencing and any structure with support. Train up supports or a lattice to shade a balcony while keeping the roots in a large planter and gain lovely fruitful privacy without sacrificing space!
Pinot Noir Grape Vines have a dark color that indicates high amounts of the chemical resveratrol, an antioxidant that offers great health benefits. You’ll enjoy a deep red wine with a black cherry flavor and complex notes. The leaves are often used in Mediterranean recipes and the vines are amazing dual-purpose edible landscaping specimens, shade, and privacy Vines!
Dark Blue Clusters of Burgundy Wine Grapes
High-Quality Fruit Makes a Full-Bodied Red Wine
Self-Fertile & Grown on Own Root
Blooms Support Pollinators & Fruit Feeds Wildlife
Shade, Wine & Edible Landscaping Vines
#ProPlantTips for Care:Pinot Noir Grapes have a reputation for being fickle, but you’ll have great results following a regiment of care. Grow in full sun and provide plenty of regular moisture to get it established and will reward you with years of delicious fruit. These plants appreciate deep, somewhat acidic, well-drained soil. Top off with a 3-4 inch thick mulch layer to support the roots, plus regular fertility. Prune your Grapevine in late winter or early spring to maintain the shape, size, and vigor of next year’s fruiting wood.
Full Sun
Regular Moisture & Fertility
Best in Rich Well-Drained Soil
Appreciates Mulched Beds
Prune in Late Winter/Early Spring
Low Chill Hours
The Pinot Noir Grape Vines will be fantastic additions to your vineyard and orchard this year! Make your own burgundy wine today with this classic grape vine! Order yours today at!