The red variety comes from the island of Mallorca ( Spain
). Synonyms are Corçac, Cursach, Escorçac, Escursag and Excursach. It was on the Balearic Islands
mentioned in 1871. The end of the 19th century through the phylloxera
Almost extinct variety was revived in 2006 through new plantings on 0.5 hectares. The late-ripening vine is relatively resistant to both Mehltaurten
but prone to Botrytis
, It produces an aromatic red wine with a moderate alcohol content and soft tannins.
Source: Wine Grapes / J. Robinson, J. Harding, J. Vouillamoz / Penguin Books Ltd. 2012