Looking for a refreshing, tasty Pinot Noir? Well, we don’t have the wine bottle but we do have Pinot Noir bell peppers that are flavorful and such a great conversation starter to have with your friends and family! You will find the peppers unique as the Pinot Noir pepper plant will stand out with its wide variety of colors displayed simultaneously. The blocky large peppers will ripen to light green when young, before blushing to shades of citrus, berry, purple, and cherry red. With their eccentric color pattern, the Pinot Noir pepper plant will look striking in your garden.
The highly adaptable plant will produce heavy yields of firm, thick-walled peppers that are crispy and crunchy when you take a bite of the pod. It is very sweet, sweeter than the regular bell pepper, with a welcoming aftertaste. Because the Pinot Noir is sweeter, we think its sweetness is similar to the Gypsy F1 pepper, but we will let you put it to the test! The pepper is excellent for eating fresh or adding color to salads, for stuffing, and to serve as grilled, roasted, and stir-fried
Fun Fact: Because of how highly adaptable the plant is, the Pinot Noir Sweet Bell Pepper will perform well in hot and cold conditions. This means you won’t miss out on growing the Pinot Noir no matter where you are!
Species: Capsicum Annuum
Heat Level: 0 SHUs
Days to Harvest: 60+ Days
# of Seeds per Packet: 10+ Pepper Seeds
Like the sound of growing peppers that have different types of wine in their name? Check out the White Zinfandel and Chardonnay!