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Graciano

The red grape variety originates from Spain. Around 80 synonyms attest to the vine's great age and wide distribution. Some of them, grouped alphabetically by country, are Graciana (Argentina); Xeres (Australia); Charge Mulet, Courouillade, Couthurier, Morastell, Morrastell, Négrette de Montauban, Négrette de Pays, Perpignanou Bois Dur, Plant de Ledenon, Tannat Bordelais, Tannat Gris (France); Bastardo Nero, Bovale, Bovaledda, Bovaleddo, Bovaleddu Bianea, Bovaleddu, Bovale Sardo, Bovale Piccolo, Bovale Piticco, Bovali, Cadelanisca, Cagliunari, Cagnolari Nero, Caglunari, Caglunari Bastardo, Cagniulari, Cagnovali, Cagnovali Nero, Cagnulari Bastardo, Cagnulari Sardo, Cagnulatu, Caldareddhu, Calda Reio, Uva Cagnelata (Italy); Minostello, Minustello, Minustellu, Minustillu (Corsica); Tinta Miúda (Portugal); Alicante, Carrixa, Casca, Cendron, Graciano 15-5, Graciano de Haro, Graciano Tinto, Monastel, Monastrell Menudo, Monastrell Verdadero, Moristell, Muristellu, Tinta de Fontes, Tinta do Padre Antonio, Tinta Fontes, Tinta Mencida, Tinta Menuda, Tintilho, Tintilla, Tintilla de Rota, Tintillo, Zinzillosa (Spain).

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