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Jacquère

The white grape variety originates from France. Synonyms are Altesse de Saint-Chef, Blanc des Ecoutoux, Buisserate, Cherche, Confechien, Coufechien, Cugnete, Cugnette, Cugniette, Jacquère Blanche, Jacquerre, Jaquère, Jacquière, Martin Cot, Martin Cot Blanc, Molette de Montmélian, Plant des Abimes, Plant des Abymes de Myans, Raisin des Abîmes, Redin, Robinet, Roussette, Roussette de Montmelian. It should not be confused with the varieties Altesse, Buisserate Blanc, Molette or Roussette d'Ayze, despite seemingly suggestive synonyms or morphological similarities. According to DNA analyses carried out in 2013, it is a presumably natural cross between Gouais Blanc x unknown partner. The picture is taken from the work "Ampélographie - Traité général de viticulture" by Victor Vermorel and Pierre Viala.

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