Keyword: St. Laurent
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The red grapes might come from the Alsace region of France, but the origin is uncertain. The village of St. Laurent in the MÃ©doc but has no connection with the vine, as the French Ampelograph Victor Victor Vermorel (1848-1927) early 19th Century has found. According to one made in 2000 in Austria DNA was the long-standing conjecture confirmed that it was probably a Seedling the Pinot Noir is. The father places may or may not Pinot Noir. Synonyms are blue St. Laurent, Laurenzitraube, Lorenz grape, Pinot St. Laurent, St. Laurent, St. Laurent, St. Lawrence, Grape, Black Blanc (Alsace), Sentlovrenka (Croatia), SvatovavÅ™ineckÃ©, Vavrinak and VavrineckÃ© (Slovakia, Czech Republic) . Apparently this has Klosterneuburg Abbey in efforts to introduce the variety in Austria. The nursery of the Brothers Baumann in Alsace Bollwiller they led in the early 19th Century from Austria in Alsace, which was sort of a return. The German viticulture pioneer Johann Philipp Bronner John (1792-1864) brought them from France in the mid-19th Century in Germany.
In 2009 the variety in Austria 778 hectares and 657 hectares of vineyards in Germany, which in both countries over the last decade, a doubling of the stock. In Croatia, the Czech Republic and there are smaller populations. The name refers to the St. Lawrence , as the grapes for its 10th anniversary August begin to mature. The early-ripening grape is somewhat susceptible to the Coulure . It provides deep dark velvety reds with medium tannin and sour flavor and good aging potential. The vine was among the new varieties Kreuzungsartner AndrÃ© , Ariana , Baron , Cabernet Carbon , Laurot , Neronet , Prior , Rondo and Zweigelt . There are also a variety called weiÃŸbeerige Muscat St. Laurent . See also Pinots .