Grape: Noiret (Hybrid: A cross of Steuben and NY65.0467.08)

Color: Red


Main Regions: New York.


Description: Noiret produces dry red wines with red and black fruit, mint, green and black pepper spice. Typical “foxy” hybrid aromas are not evident.  


Characteristics: Body: (Light-Med);  Flavors & Smells Of: (Raspberry, cherry, mint, pepper).


Wine Styles: Dry.



-Noiret was created at Cornell University in 1973 and released to the public July 6, 2006.

– Description from Craig Donofrio

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  • Idol Ridge Winery Sparkle 2013


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    Wine review by meganeh

  • Red Newt Cellars Red Blend Finger Lakes Viridescens NV


    27% cabernet franc, 23% syrah, 16% cabernet sauvignon, 16% merlot, 14% noiret, 4% pinot noir.... everything but the kitchen sink in this non-vintage meld.Nice fruit up front and more complexity than expected in the middle and finish. A nice finger lakes red. Long live Red Newt! Read More

    Wine review by CageyT

  • Arbor Hill Noiret 2010


    Peppery up front, then a weak middle and a flabby finish. Read More

    Wine review by John456

  • Noiret Wine Dry American


    I bought two bottles of Arbor Hill 2007 Noiret. I was interested in this grape as I thought it might grow well in Oregon and require less spray and maintenance than the pinot noir that I currently grow.I had several friends over for a tasting and the disappointment for universal. It begins with a nice peppery note and then quickly fades into th... Read More

    Wine review by Michael100

  • All - I'm curious to know if anyone has tried and analyzed any of the grapes ... released three new grapes-'Noiret'™, 'Corot noir'™ and 'Valvin Muscat'™ to address funkiness in cool-climate American hybrids and improve their viability in those regions (hopefully improve taste, too).'Noiret'™, 'Corot noir'™ and 'Valvin Muscat'™are the seventh, ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Anyone tasted new Cornell...

  • Spumante Blush NV


    NV12.5% ABVCarot NoirNoiretCabernet FrancChambourcin750mL$14.00Deep, dark garnet in color. Loads of pepper and spice followed by fruity aromas. Pepper continues onto the palate followed by cherries and berries. Acidity cuts through the tannins. Read More

    Wine review by MatthewPhilips

  • Hunt Country Hunter's Red


    NV12.0% ABVDeChaunac/Seyval Blanc/Noiret/Rougeon750mL$8.99Dense ruby/blood color. Un-oaked pepper and tobacco aromas. Nice medium body with a slight tartness at the finish. Notes of stone fruit. Unusual blend. Read More

    Wine review by MatthewPhilips

  • Turtle Run Winery Joes Jammin Red NV


    A blend of chancellor, noiret, corot noir, chambourcin, merlot, and concord. Semi-sweet but real smooth. Read More

    Wine review by staggerwing50

  • Presque Isle Wine Cellars Noiret Dry 2007


    There's potential here. A dark, inky wine with smooth tannins. Maybe a bit over oaked but overall a nice wine. Read More

    Wine review by SLACKS

  • Arbor Hill Noiret Wine-Dry-American Rouge NV


    This varietal has great potential. It can be drunk now, but it may take 7-10+ years in the bottle to begin to show it's true character. This wine is going to be big, especially for the North-Central and Eastern markets. The West will not be able to produce this wine. It is young and proper production and aging may give it the mid-palate, raspber... Read More

    Wine review by ridgerunner


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