BURGUNDAC WHITE, BLACK, GRAY
Cuttings of Burgundac grapes come from France. It is believed to have originated in Burgundy as a result of a mutation in the Burgundac crni cultivar (Pinot noir). According to ampelographic and other characteristics, it belongs to the group of Burgundy varieties, which differ from each other in the ripening period of the grapes, the color of the peel of the berries, agrobiological properties, characteristics of the wine, etc. Moderately fertile, moderately calcareous, sandy and warmer soils are most suitable for growing this variety.
Ripening period: mid-August.