The red grape variety comes from France, Synonyms are Jaubertin, Pinot Joubertin, Plant d'Aix, Plant de la Claye and Plant de la Mure. It was discovered and selected around 1835 by the eponymous winegrower Joubertin in a vineyard in the municipality of La Claye near Grenoble. According to 2013 DNA analysis is a probably natural crossing Persan x peloursin, The early ripening, productive vine produces deep dark red wines, which are used as a color-giving blend. The variety was in earlier Savoy widespread and until the outbreak of the Phylloxera in the 1870s she was also in the Burgundy planted. Today it is only cultivated in small quantities in the Savoy region, where it is grown in Vin de Savoie is allowed. There are also small stocks in Argentina, In 2010, however, no stocks were shown (Statistics Kym Anderson ).