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There are two grape varieties with this name:

Ugni Blanc x Jurançon Blanc - France

The white grape variety (also Vidal 100 T) is an interspecific new cross between Ugni Blanc (Trebbiano Toscano) x Jurançon Bl anc. The cross was made in France in the 1930s by Jean-Louis Vidal (1880-1976), who created it specifically for the production of Cognac. It is grown for this purpose in the departments of Charente and Charente-Maritime. In 2016, seven hectares of vines were designated in France (Kym Anderson statistics).

Bicane x Dattier de Beyrouth - Romania

This white grape variety is a new cross between Bicane x Dattier de Beyrouth (Afus Ali). DNA analyses carried out in 2013 revealed that the Chasselas Doré listed as the father variety in the breeding list was incorrect. The cross was made in 1959 in Romania by the breeder V. Dvomik. The variety is mainly used as table grape. In 2016, 0.2 hectares of vineyards were declared in Romania (Kym Anderson statistics).

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