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Parraleta

The red grape variety originates from Spain. Synonyms grouped alphabetically by country are Bonvedro, False Carignan (Australia); Espagnin Noir (France); Bastardo, Bonvedro, Bomvedro, Lambrusco de Alentejo, Monvedro, Monvedro do Algarve, Monvedro de Sines, Monvedro Tinto, Murteira, Olho Branco, Pau Ferro, Perrel, Preto Foz, Preto João Mendes, Tinta Caiada, Tinta Grossa, Tinta Lameira, Tintorro, Torres de Algarve (Portugal); Bonifaccencu, Bonifacienco, Carenisca, Caricagiola (Sardinia); Bastardo, Cua Tendra, Muristellu, Parrel, Salceño Negro (Spain). Despite seemingly suggestive synonyms or morphological similarities, it should not be confused with the varieties Graciano, Mazuelo (Carignan) or Monvedro. DNA analyses showed that Carcajolo Noir, Carenisca, Parraleta, Salceño Negro and Tinta Caiada are identical.

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