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Ceske Vinarstvi Chramce Rulandske Sede, Bohemia, Czech Republic

Wine Notes

Kosher wine.

Average Price of 750ml bottle, ex-tax in USD: $3


Grape Variety: Pinot Gris

Pinot Gris is a white-wine grape originally from the vineyards of Burgundy, but now found in wine regions all over the world. When produced in the pale, light style popularized in late 20th-Century Italy, the variety and its wines are typically referred to by the Italian name Pinot Grigio.

One of the more famous members of the extended Pinot family of grape varieties, Pinot Gris is a pink-skinned mutation of Pinot Noir. The two varieties are indistinguishable in the vineyard right up until veraison, when Pinot Gris berries take on their distinctive array of colors; anything from orange-pink to pa ... more


Region Hierarchy
  • Bohemia wine region

    Bohemia (Cechy in Czech) was established long before the vinous expansion of Moravia, but despite this headstart it now accounts for just 5% of the Czech Republic's annual wine production.

    Bohemia's position in the Czech wine industry is now largely ceremonial: it covers the picturesque, traditional, historic end of production, leaving Moravia to churn out many millions of gallons of wine each year. Bohemia works to reinforce the romantic image of Czech winemaking and looks after the nation's tourists; Moravia works to ensure those tourists can buy Czech wine when they return to their home countries.

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  • Czech Republic wine region

    The Czech Republic, the western half of the former Czechoslovakia, is better known for its beer than its wine, but it produces both in respectable quantities.

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