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The red grape variety (also Grana d'Oro) comes from the United States, According to 2009 DNA analysis there are close genetic relationships to the varieties Concord. Isabella and Niagara; the origin is unknown. Relationships with the hybrids may exist Ives and York-Madeira (both synonymous Bordo ), but the relevant DNA analyzes are pending (as of 2013). The productive vine is extremely resistant to anthracnose, It produces dark-colored red wines. The variety is also used for the production of grape juice used. It is being used on a larger scale Brazil grown in the Rio Grande do Sul region. In 2010 a total of 8,287 hectares of vineyards were shown here. Compared to 2000 with 3,379 hectares at the time, this was two and a half times the amount. In the worldwide varieties ranking it ranks 81st.

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