3 bottle for $33 plus tax
Corot Noir is a hybrid grape variety for use in red wine production as either a blend or varietal wine. The hybrid developed by grape breeder Bruce Reisch at Cornell University is a cross between hybrids Deyve Villard and Steuben in 1970.
Corot Noir is void of the typical hybrid red grape aromas and has its own unique aroma consisting of berry and cherry. It is deep red in color and often compared to the French hybrid Chambourcin. It pairs well with roasted leg of lamb, spaghetti Bolognese, and braised meat stews.
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