The red variety comes from France, Synonyms are Martelet, Persagne Douce, Petite Mondeuse, Salagnin, Sérène, Servagin, Servagne, Servagnie, Servagnien, Servagnin and Servanit. However, it may not be with the Swiss canton Vaud cultivated variety Servagnin (on Klonmutant of Pinot Noir ) be confused. According to done in 2013 DNA analysis it is a presumably natural cross between Mondeuse Noire with an unknown partner. However, this is based on only 20 DNA markers (see under molecular Genetics ). The early ripening vine yields dark reds. She will be at the Isère in Savoy cultivated and is in Vin de Savoie authorized. In the 1950s, she still occupied about 400 hectares; in 2010, however, no more stocks were reported (Statistics Kym Anderson ).