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Siramé

The red grape variety (also Salomé) is an interspecific new breed, The crossing of the hybrid was carried out by Anton Meier in the late 1970s nursery Meier in Würenlingen (Switzerland). European and American species were involved, with one Seyve Villard junction was a determining parent. The early ripening vine is resistant to both mildews, It produces rather neutral red wines, especially for blending. The variety is produced by only one producer in the Swiss Canton Zurich grown. The smallest stocks are also in Denmark and Sweden,

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