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Palomino

The white grape variety originates from Spain. There are around 130 synonyms that testify to its great age as well as its worldwide distribution. The most important of these, grouped alphabetically by country, are Merseguera (Algeria); Blanc d'Anjou, Chasselas de Jesus, Guignard de Saintours 1, Listan, Listan de Jerez, Palomina Blanche, Point Noir (France); Bianco (Italy); Golden Chasselas (California); Assario, Diagalves, Listão, Listrão, Madera, Malvasia Rei, Mourisco, Olho de Lebre, Perrum (Portugal); Blanca Extra, Albán, Albar, Albillo de Lucena, Horgazuela, Jerez, Jerezana, Jerez de la Frontera, Jerez Dorado, Jerez Fina, Jerez Fino, Lairenes Vertes, Listán Blanco, Listán Comun, Listán d'Andalusie Blanc, Manzanilla de Sanlucar, Ojo de Liebre, Orcaculo, Palomina, Palomina Blanca, Palomino 84, Palomino Basto, Palomino de Chipiona, Palomino de Jerez, Palomino del Pinchito, Palomino di Xeres, Palomino Fino, Palomino Fino des Xeres, Palomino Listán, Palomino Macho, Palomino Pelusón, Palominos, Palote, Paulo, Temprana, Tempranilla, Tempranillo de Granada, Xeres, Zarcillarda (Spain); Fransdruif, White French, White French Fransdruif (South Africa). It must not be confused with the varieties Albillo de Albacete, Diagalves, Listán de Huelva, Merseguera or Sémillon, despite seemingly suggestive synonyms or morphological similarities.

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