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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 ~ (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: What is the meaning of Grape yield, Acid, Red, Ripening, Aleatico?