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 St. Laurent

St. Laurent

Glossary term

St. Laurent

The red grapes might come from the Alsace region of France, but the origin is uncertain. The village of St. Laurent in the Médoc 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), Svatovavřinecké,...
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