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Rinot clusters are long and medium to large-sized. The berries are small, spherical green-yellowish; in the stage of full ripeness, it shows even golden shades. Rinot is suitable for growing in sloping vineyards that enable the aroma of ripe berries to intensify. Sandy-loams, loamy-sands and loams are those soil types that are most suitable for this cultivar. Dry soils, as well as wet and dense soils with high percentages of clay particles, are less suitable. Rinot ripens in the second half of September. The wine is aromatic with marked fruity-floral tones. Its aroma resembles green apples, quinces, peaches and citrus fruit