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Siramé

The red variety (also Salomé) is an interspecific new breed, The intersection of hybrid took place at the end of the 1970s by Anton Meier in the nursery Meier in Würenlingen (Switzerland). Involved were European and American species, with one Seyve Villard junction was a dominant parent. The early ripening vine is resistant to both mildews, It produces more neutral red wines especially for blending. The variety is from only one producer in the Swiss Canton Zurich grown. Smallest stocks are also available in Denmark and Sweden,

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