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The red grape variety comes from France, Synonyms are Dameret Noir, Durbec, Foirard Noir, Gros Bec and Valais Noir. According to in 2012 DNA analysis is one of the numerous natural crossings between Pinot x Gouais Blanc, It must not be with the variety Dameret to be confused (also a Gouais Blanc descendant). The early ripening, productive vine is susceptible to both mildews, It produces rich red wines with a Pinot Noir / Gamay aroma. The variety is cultivated in small quantities in north-eastern France in the Aube, Jura and Haute-Marne departments. In 2010, however, no inventory was shown in the statistics.

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