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Sabro

Synonym for the vine variety Síria; see there.

The white grape variety originates from Portugal. Synonyms (in bold other main names) are Ascot Royal, Blanc d'Espagne, Clos de Valrose (France); Alva, Alva Branco, Alvadorão, Alvadurão, Alvadurão do Dão, Alvaro de Soire, Alvaro de Sousa, Boal, Boal Cachudo, Boal de Praga, Coda, Códega, Códiga, Codo, Codo ou Síria, Colhão de Gallo, Dininha, Dona Branca, Dona Branca no Dão, Graciosa, Gracioso, Malvasia Branca, Malvasia Grosso, Posto Branco, Roupeiro, Roupeiro Chachudo, Roupeiro de Alcobaca, Sabro, Santo Estevao,Tamarez d'Algarve (Portugal); Apesorgia Bianca, Belancin, Blanca de Monterre, Blanca Extra, Blanco del País, Chelva Blanca, Ciguente, Ciguentes, Crato Branco, Doña Blanca, Malvasia, Malvasia Blanca, Malvasía Castellana, Malvasía Grossa, Moza Fresca, Uva Gorda, Uva Grossa, Valenciana, Valenciana Blanca, Verdegudillo, Vermentino...

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