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.