Discover the grape variety: Servanin
Servanin is native to the south of Savoie and the north of Isère. Its berries are short, oval and small to medium-sized. The bunches are full, cylindrical and small, some of them winged, and the bluish-black colour at the beginning turns to dark black when the grapes reach full maturity. Then, as time goes by, small green berries are gradually added to the vine. This curtain is completed by the light green of the medium-sized leaves.servanin is fertile and robust. Its only weak points are millerandage, citadels and mildew. It is less susceptible to grey rot. Although it buds early, it ripens rather late, in the second half of the year. This liqueur, which belongs to the Vin-de-Savoie, has a medium alcoholic and somewhat acidic taste. This wine is also called martelet, servagnin or serene. Unfortunately, it is noted that this variety has nowadays practically disappeared.
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The wine region of Baden
Baden is the southernmost of Germany's 13 official wine regions. It is also the warmest. Its relatively sunny, Dry Climate permits the production of good-quality Spätburgunder (Pinot Noir) and ripe, relatively Full-bodied">Full-bodied examples of Grauburgunder (Pinot Gris) and Weissburgunder (Pinot Blanc). These are often made in oaked styles.
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