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Jacobin

Synonymous (also Jacobain, Jacohin) for the grape variety Cot; look there.

The red grape variety comes from France. There are around 130 Synonyms, which testify to the presumably old age and widespread use in Europe and overseas. The main alphabetically grouped by country are Agreste, Auxerrois, Auxerrois des Moines de Picpus, Beraou, Blanc de Kienzheim, Bouchalès, Bouyssales, Cahors, Cau, Cauly, Coly, Coq Rouge, Cor, Cors, Cos, Côt, Cot a Queue Verte , Cot de Bordeaux, Cot de Pays, Cot de Touraine, Cot Malbec, Cots, Cruchinet, Doux Noir, Estrangey, Étranger, Grifforin, Gros Noir, Grosse Mérille, Hourcat, Jacobain, Jacobin, Jacohin, Lutkens, Malbec, Malbec à Queue Rouge, Malbeck, Mancin, Monrame, Pied de Perdrix, Pressac, Noir de Chartres, Noir de Pressac, Prunelat, Prunieral, Quercy, Quille de Coqu, Vesparo ( France ); Malbech ( Italy ); Cagors, Nuar de Presac ( Moldova ); Malbec, Malbeck ( South America ); Médoc Noir (formerly Hungary ).

Cot (Malbec) - grape and leaf

Despite apparently indicative synonyms or morphological It must not be similar to the varieties Abouriou (Malbec Argenté), bouchalès. Canari Noir. Mancin. Menoir. Négrette or Prunelard...

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