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Prunelard (Noir): Reported to be a very rare variety grown in the Tarn region of France. Thought to have been near extinction it was recovered by Robert Plageoles and referred to locally as the Red Stemmed Cô . . . View Full Definition
Prunelard Blanc: Has synonym name Bouysselet. Almost extinct V.vinifera variety grown in the Tarn region of France. No other details as yet.
Ravat 262 (Noir): French-american hybrid grape related to Pinot Noir. Some stock, usually ripening around mid-September, is planted in the Eastern states of the U.S. in order to make a currently light, candy- . . . View Full Definition
Terrano (Noir): Variety found in the Carso DOC region, Fruili, Italy. Has several synonym names including Refosco d'Istria and Teran. Is thought to be a mutant clone of Refosco. Used to make a flavorsome, d . . . View Full Definition