One of the around 30 Asian species or Wild vines with full botanical name Vitis amurensis Rupr. It was first described in 1857 by the Austrian botanist Franz Josef Ruprecht (1814-1870), who is also included in the name. Botanical synonyms or old names are Vitis vinifera var. Amurensis Regel (because botanist Eduard A. Regel considered them as a Vinifera variety) and Vitis thunbergii. The vine is in the temperate regions China and Russia until after Korea and Japan common. It owes its name to the Amur vine from the Amur river valley, which forms the Russian-Chinese border for over 2,000 kilometers. It thrives in valleys of rivers and streams and forests, where it also climbs on trees.
The vine has an extremely high resistance to frost to minus 45 ° Celsius. It is also good resistant against the fungal disease anthracnose as well as sufficiently resistant to the real and the false mildew, That is why she is often used as a partner for new breed of mushroom and frost resistant grape varieties and documents used to bring these desirable properties. The grapes with spherical dark blue to black berries produce an acid-rich wine that is only for those distillation suitable is.
Known new varieties with Vitis amurensis genes are for example Alfold 100. Allegro. Anmeigui. Arolanka. Baotuhong. baron. Bashkanskii Krasnyi. Beichun. Blütenmuskateller. Bronner. Cabernet Cantor. Cabernet carbon. Cabernet Carol. Cabernet Cortis. Cabernet Severny. Calastra. Dalnevostochnyi Tikhonova. Fioletovy Ranny. GM 6493 and GM 6494. Golubok. Kaberam. Kunleány. Lanka. Michurinets. Mitschurinski. monarch. Muscaris. Nutmeg Donskoi. Negritienok. Negru de Yaloven. Pervenets Magaracha. Petra. Podarok Magaracha. prior. Rani Rizling. rondo. Saperavi Severny. Serena. Severny. Severny Bely. Sibera. Skif. Solaris. Souvignier Gris. Vympel. Xiongynebai. Yüluzhu. Zarya Severa. Zilga and Zlata, See also under Asians Vines and Vines systematics,