- variety from Persian origin very much implemented in the center and south of France.
shiraz, Hermitage, Bragida, Serine Noir, Syrac, Marsanne Noir…
upright grapevine, light yellow shoot with dark knots covered by a lot of violet bloom. Fine and long tendrils.
small size, bulged, curled on the petiolar sinus, cottoned reverse. Narrow petiolar sinus and sharp bottom. In autumn, it gets slightly red on the edge.
average size, elliptical shape, blue – black color with abundant bloom. Relatively thick skin and juicy pulp.
they are scarce in the grapevine, average size, a little bit compact, long and cylindrical, with stalks lignifying quickly.
dlate bud break and average maturation. Little productive in dry environments (it produces very little but with proof. It prefers granitic, pebbled and even clay – calcareous soil.
- it is sensitive to drought (berries dehydrate). Its arms break easily due to the action of strong wind. It is also sensitive to botrytis but little vulnerable to the remaining diseases.