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St. Laurent
Widely grown in Czech Republic and Austria, from the same family as pinot noir. Cranberry, Cherry, Raspberry
Zwiegelt ...

Minor grape grown in Austria and used to produce a rich-looking red wine with pronounced fruity, flowery aromas.
Known as Thompson Seedless in California. (See below).

St. Laurent
Origin: According to the genetic analysis, this variety originates from 'Burgundian' varieties. It comes from the region of today's France from where it was spread to Germany in the mid-19th century.

ST. LAURENT: Minor grape thought by some to be related to Pinot Noir. Grown in Austria and Canada the grape is robust and resists many diseases. Early budding, it ripens in mid-late September.

Château Belgrave, St. Laurent-Haut-Médoc
Château de Camensac, St. Laurent-Haut-Médoc
Château Cos Labory, St. Estèphe
Château Clerc-Milon-Rothschild, Pauillac
Château Croizet-Bages, Pauillac ...

Has synonym name Semenac A 16-76. Cultivar reported as developed in (former) Czechoslovakia and derived from a Lemberger x St. Laurent cross. Early ripening and recommended for creation of red wine. No other details as yet.

Noir, Precoce Nauge, Plant Precoce, Plant Abouriou, Noir Hatif, Negret d la
Canourgue, Malbec Argente, Gamay St. Laurent, Gamay du Rhone, Gamay Beaujolais,
Early Burgundy, Early Burgunder and Beaujolais.

RONDO: Winter hardy red wine vitis vinifera hybrid cross created at Geisenheim, Germany between St. Laurent and Saperavi Severnyi. Has synonym name of Geisenheim 6494-5.

Moreover, the region produces red wines, in particular with Blaufränkisch, Zweigelt and St. Laurent grapes, a cross of Blaufränkisch and Zweigelt.

See also: See also: Red, White, Red Wine, White Wine, Varietal

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