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Peluda, is a red grape mainly grown in the Languedoc-Roussillon of France and Catalonia region of Spain. “Pelut” means “furry” in French, which refers to the fuzzy character found on the vine’s leaves, thought to have adapted to retain moisture in the Mediterranean heat. Expect flavours of juicy raspberry, fennel and pepper.

General Characteristics

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