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Enfarine noir

Enfarine noir is a red French wine grape variety that is grown predominantly in the Jura wine region of eastern France. Despite being known under the synonym Gouais noir in the Aisne, Aube, Marne, Meuse and Seine-et-Marne departments, the grape h ...

                                               

Etraire de la Dui

Etraire de la Dui is a red French wine grape variety that was historically grown in the Rhone and Savoy wine regions. Its numbers were hit hard following the phylloxera epidemic and now only a few plantings remain in Savoy and the southeast fring ...

                                               

Fer

Fer is a red French wine grape variety that is grown primarily in South West France and is most notable for its role in the Appellation dOrigine Controlee wines of Gaillac, Marcillac and Bearn but can also be found as minor component in the wines ...

                                               

Flot rouge

Flot rouge is a red hybrid grape that is a crossing of Munson and the Languedoc-Roussillon wine grape Aramon noir. The grape was created by French viticulturalist Albert Seibel and was crossed with the Seibel grape 405 to create Seibel 6150 which ...

                                               

Forcallat tinta

Forcallat tinta is a red Spanish wine grape variety that is native to the Castile-La Mancha region of central Spain, as well as in Alicante and Valencia provinces in the Valencian Community. The name of the cultivar means "forked" in Valencian, w ...

                                               

Fortana

Fortana is a red Italian wine grape variety grown primarily in the Emilia–Romagna region of northern Italy. A permitted grape variety in several Denominazione di origine controllatas, mostly in Emilia, Fortana mostly contributes tartness and acid ...

                                               

Fruhroter Veltliner

Fruhroter Veltliner is a variety of early-ripening, red-skinned white wine grape grown primarily in the Weinviertel district of Lower Austria. It accounts for 0.9% of total Austrian vineyards and is diminishing. Fruhroter Veltliner is not at all ...

                                               

Gaglioppo

Gaglioppo is a red wine grape that is grown in southern Italy, primarily around Calabria. The vine performs well in drought conditions but is susceptible to oidium and peronospora. The grape produces wine that is full-bodied, high in alcohol and ...

                                               

Gamaret

Gamaret is a variety of red wine grape. It was created by Andre Jaquinet at Station Federale de Recherches en Production Vegetale de Changins in 1970 by crossing Gamay and Reichensteiner. Gamaret was developed for cultivation in French Switzerlan ...

                                               

Gamay

Gamay is a purple-colored grape variety used to make red wines, most notably grown in Beaujolais and in the Loire Valley around Tours. Its full name is Gamay Noir à Jus Blanc. It is a very old cultivar, mentioned as long ago as the 15th century. ...

                                               

Garanoir

Garanoir is a variety of red wine grape. It was created by Andre Jaquinet and Dominique Maigre at Station Federale de Recherches en Production Vegetale de Changins in 1970 by crossing Gamay and Reichensteiner. Garanoir was developed for cultivati ...

                                               

Giro

Giro is a red Italian wine grape variety that is grown on Sardinia and used mostly in the production of fortified wines in the Giro di Cagliari Denominazione di origine controllata. The grape was once widely planted throughout Sardinia but its pl ...

                                               

Gouget noir

Gouget noir is a red French wine grape variety that is grown in the Allier and Cher departments of central France. The grape was once widely planted with almost 17.000 hectares in the mid-19th century but the phylloxera epidemic greatly diminishe ...

                                               

Grand Noir de la Calmette

Grand Noir de la Calmette is a red teinturier grape variety that is a crossing of Petit Bouschet and Aramon noir created in 1855 by French grape breeder Henri Bouschet at his vineyard in Mauguio in the Herault department. The grape was named afte ...

                                               

Grignolino

Grignolino is a red Italian wine grape variety commonly grown in the Piedmont region. It makes light colored wines and roses with very fruity aromas, strong acidity and tannins. The name Grignolino derives from the word grignole which means "many ...

                                               

Grisa nera

Grisa nera is a red Italian wine grape variety that is grown in the Piedmont wine region of northwest Italy where it is used in both winemaking and as a table grape. The grape is most often used as a minor blending component with wines made from ...

                                               

Grolleau (grape)

Grolleau or Grolleau noir is a red French wine grape variety that is grown primarily in the Loire Valley of France. The name is derived from the French word grolle, meaning "crow" and is said to reflect the deep black berries of the Grolleau vine ...

                                               

Gros Verdot

Gros Verdot is a red French wine grape variety that was a historically important grape in the Gironde wine region of Bordeaux but plantings of the variety have been banned in the region since 1946 with the grape no longer being a permitted variet ...

                                               

Gueuche noir

Gueuche noir is a red French wine grape variety that has been historically grown in the Franche-Comte of eastern France but is now close to being extinct. Though its exact relationship has not yet been determined by DNA analysis, ampelographers b ...

                                               

Helfensteiner

Helfensteiner is a dark-skinned German wine grape crossing of the species Vitis vinifera, that was created in 1931 with the crossing of Fruhburgunder and Trollinger. It was created by August Herold at the grape breeding institute in Weinsberg in ...

                                               

Heroldrebe

Heroldrebe is a red German wine grape variety produced by crossing Blauer Portugieser and Lemberger. It was created by August Herold at the grape breeding institute in Weinsberg in the Wurttemberg region in 1929, and was named after him. One of H ...

                                               

Hron (grape)

Hron is a red Slovak wine grape variety that is a crossing of the Southwest France wine grapes Abouriou and Castets. The variety was created in 1976 at the VSSVVM Research and Breeding Station for Enology and Viticulture in Modra. The grape was n ...

                                               

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Joubertin

Joubertin is a red French wine grape variety that was historically grown in the Savoie wine region of southeast France. The grape was once prized for its productivity and high yields but its plantings have declined as the grape has fallen out of ...

                                               

Listan Prieto

Listan Prieto is a red grape variety that is believed to be originated from the Castilla-La Mancha region in Spain. Listan Prieto has been disappeared from Spain mainland, but there are still 29 ha planted on the Canary Islands in 2008. In 2007, ...

                                               

Madrasa (grape)

Madrasa is a pink-skinned red grape variety cultivated in the southern Caucasus at least since the nineteenth century, in particular in Azerbaijan and Armenia, as well as several Central Asia countries. Most plantings of Madrasa are found near th ...

                                               

Magliocco Dolce

Magliocco Dolce is a red Italian wine grape variety that is grown mostly in the Calabria region of southern Italy. In agricultural census counts, plantings of Magliocco Dolce are often grouped with the related, but distinct, red grape variety Mag ...

                                               

Mammolo

Mammolo is a red Italian wine grape that is planted primarily in Tuscany. While its use has been diminishing, Mammolo was historically included in the blended Sangiovese-based wines of Chianti where it contributed a distinctive violet or mammole ...

                                               

Manseng noir

Manseng noir is a wine grape variety of Basque origins that is grown primarily in South West France. It is allowed into Bearn AOC wine but very little used. Manseng Noir is deep in colour and tannic. Like Pinot noir and Muscat, the grape mutates ...

                                               

Mauzac noir

Mauzac noir is a red French wine grape variety that is grown in Southwest France. Despite the similarities in name, Mauzac noir is not a color mutation of the white Limoux wine grape Mauzac that is an important component in the Appellation dorigi ...

                                               

Mavro

Mavro is an indigenous red grape cultivated on the island of Cyprus. The grape takes its name from its dark colour. The Italian ampelographer, Count Giuseppe di Rovasenda refers to it in 1877 as Cipro Nero. An ancient variety, its suitability to ...

                                               

Milgranet

Milgranet is a red French wine grape variety that is predominantly grown in the Toulouse region of South West France. In addition to the red skin variety, there exist a rarer white skin clone known as Milgranet blanc that is often not seen in win ...

                                               

Mondeuse noire

Mondeuse noire is a red French wine grape variety that is grown primarily in the Savoy region of eastern France. The grape can also be found in Argentina, Australia, California, Switzerland and Sicily. Plantings of Mondeuse noire was hit hard dur ...

                                               

Montù

Montù is an Italian wine grape variety that is grown in the Emilia region of central Italy. While ampelographers believe that the grape is indigenous to the plains of the Po river, its numbers have been steadily declining with 1200 hectares repor ...

                                               

Moreto

Moreto is also known under the synonyms Arruya, Castellao, Moreto dAlenteijo, Moreto dAlentejo, Moreto do Dão, Morito, Mureto do Alentejo, Tinta de Alter.

                                               

Mornen noir

Mornen noir is a red French wine grape variety that was historically grown in both the Rhone and Loire departments but is today only found in very limited plantings around the commune of Chavanay. It was thought that the grape was also to be foun ...

                                               

Muscardin

Muscardin is a dark-skinned grape variety primarily found in the southern part of the Rhone region. It is primarily noted for being one of the thirteen grape varieties permitted in the Chateauneuf-du-Pape appellation. It is a very rare variety, a ...

                                               

Negrara

Negrara is a red Italian wine grape variety grown in north east Italy including the Veneto region where it is a permitted variety in the Denominazione di origine controllata wine Amarone. While the grape was once more widely planted in the region ...

                                               

Negrette

Negrette is a dark red wine grape grown primarily in South West France in the region between Albi and Toulouse. It is a direct descendant of Mavro rootstock, a grape variety cultivated extensively on the island of Cyprus.

                                               

Nielluccio

Nielluccio is a red wine grape variety that is widely planted on Corsica. It is the principal grape variety used in the production of the Appellation dOrigine Controlee AOC red wine Patrimonio, where it must by law make up 95% of the blend. An ea ...

                                               

Oeillade noire

Oeillade noire is a red French wine grape variety that has been historically grown in the Languedoc and Provence wine region but it is now close to extinction. The grape is often confused for the Rhone wine grape Cinsault which is known under the ...

                                               

Pallagrello nero

Pallagrello nero is a red Italian wine grape variety that is grown in Campania. The grape has a long history in the region and, like the similarly named Pallagrello bianco, was one the varieties planted in 1775 by architect and engineer Luigi Van ...

                                               

Pascale di Cagliari

Pascale di Cagliari is a permitted grape variety in several Denominazione di origine controllata wines in Sardinia including the Alghero DOC located in the northwest corner of island. Here it is used to make both red and rose wines blended with C ...

                                               

Peloursin

Peloursin is red French wine grape variety best known for crossing with Syrah to make the red wine grape Durif. The variety is believed to have originated in Isere from the northern Rhone-Alpes region. Today Peloursin can be found in some quantit ...

                                               

Perricone

Perricone is a red Italian wine grape variety that is grown in Sicily. In the late 20th century there was around 1000 hectares/2.500 acres of the grape planted throughout the island. According to wine expert Oz Clarke in Sicily Perricone is used ...

                                               

Persan (grape)

Persan is a red French wine grape variety that is grown primarily in the Savoie region. While the name hints at a Persian origins for the grape, it is most likely native to the Rhone-Alpes region with the name "Persan" being a corruption of the s ...

                                               

Petit Bouschet

Petit Bouschet is a red teinturier grape variety that is a crossing of Aramon noir and Teinturier du Cher created in 1824 by French grape breeder Louis Bouschet at his vineyard in Mauguio in the Herault department. The grape was used by Louis son ...

                                               

Petit Verdot

Petit Verdot is a variety of red wine grape, principally used in classic Bordeaux blends. It ripens much later than the other varieties in Bordeaux, often too late, so it fell out of favour in its home region. When it does ripen it adds tannin, c ...

                                               

Piccola nera

Piccola nera is red Italian and Slovenian wine grape variety that is grown in the province of Trieste within the Friuli-Venezia Giulia wine region and across the border in neighboring Slovenia where ampelographers believe that the grape originate ...

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