Chambourcin

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Name: 
Chambourcin
Color: 
 Red
Ancientness: 
Foreign (after 1900)
Origin: 
France
Viticulture: 
-
Aromatic: 
-
An inter-species hybrid of Seyve-Villard 12-417 and Chancellor created in 1945 by Joannes Seyve in France, it was named after the village of Chambourcin in Isère (F) and first sold in 1963. Resistant to cold and fungal disease, it can be planted in humid conditions. It produces highly aromatic wines. It has a very minor presence in Switzerland, mostly in Ticino.

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