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Kadarun

The red grape variety originates from Turkey or the former Yugoslavia. Synonyms are Becirka Loza, Kadarin, Kadaroun, Kadarum, Kadarun Crni, Kadarun Suri, Kadarun Surim, Kadarunac, Plavac Kadarunac, Radova Loza, Stanka Radova Loza, Surac, Surac Plavi, Sura Lisicina and Zovuga. The parentage is unknown. The variety is cultivated in Bulgaria, Croatia (see label in the picture below), Montenegro and Serbia. There, it is mainly used to make rosé wines. In 2016, however, no stocks were reported (Kym Anderson statistics).

Kadarun - Weintraube und Flasche (Roséwein)

Grape: Ursula Brühl, Doris Schneider, Julius Kühn-Institut (JKI)

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