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Cinsault

Synonym for the Cinsaut grape variety; see there.

The red grape variety originates from France. There are well over 100 synonyms attesting to the vine's great age and wide distribution. The most important, grouped alphabetically by country, are Cinsault (Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia); Black Prince, Blue Imperial, West's White Prolific (Australia); Senso (Bulgaria); Boudalès, Bourdalès, Bourdelas, Cing-Saou, Cinq Saou, Cinqsaut, Cinq-saou, Cinquien, Cinsault, Cinsaut Couche, Espagnen, Espagnin Noir, Espagnol, Grappu de la Dordogne, Marroquin, Madiran, Madiran du Portugal, Marrouquin, Milhau, Milhaud du Pradel, Moustardier Noir, Oeillade Noire, Picardan Noir, Piquepoul d'Uzès, Plant d'Arles, Plant de Broqui, Pousse de Chèvre, Prunelat, Prunellas, Salerne, Sinsâou (France); Mavro Kara, Mavro Kara Melkii (Greece), Grecaù, Grecu Masculinu, Ottavianello, Ottaviano, Ottavianuccia, Ottavinello, Passerille, Passerille Senso, Primitivo di Bernalda, Sinsón, Sinseur, Uva Spina (Italy); Black Malvoisie (California); Bastardillo Serrano, Samsó, Samsón,...

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