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Rare eastern European varietal originating from the Danube river basin region. In New York state, U.S.A, limited grape plantings are made into a sweet - (9.2% residual sugar) - fruit flavored white wine.
SEREKSIA (NOIRE): Has several synonym names including Sereksia Tcheurnaia and Babeaska Neagra. The traditional Sereksia (Noire) red-wine grape is apparently only widely grown in Moldova, an area once part of Moldavia (a province of Romania) bordering the Black Sea.
SEREKSIA (NOIRE): The traditional Sereksia (Noire) red-wine grape is apparently only widely grown in Moldova, an area once part of Moldavia - (a province of Romania) - bordering the Black Sea.
Synonyms include: Rara Neagra, Sereksia Noire, Sereksia Tcheurnia.
Food matches include:
Europe: Romanian mititei sausages
Grape Varieties: ...
A where at least one winery creates a blend with Sereksia (Noire) wine and called "Black Russian". Also at least one winery in N.E Victoria, Australia, produces wine from this variety. Several of the most promising crossings with classic grape or cold-climate resistant rootstock varieties, eg.
See also: Grape yield, Acid, Red, Ripening, Aleatico