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Grape Variety: Cabernet Sauvignon

Variety Name Cabernet Sauvignon
TTB Approved Name(s) Cabernet Sauvignon
All Synonyms Burdeos Tintos, Bidure, Bordeaux, Bordo, Bouschet, Bouschet Sauvignon, Breton, Burdeos Tinto, Cabernet Petit, Carbonet, Carmenet, Castet, Kaberne Sovinjon, Lafet, Lafit, Marchoupet, Navarre, Petit Bouschet, Petit Cabernet, Petit Vidure, Petite Cabernet, Petite-Bouschet, Petite-Vidure, Sauvignon Rouge, Vaucluse, Veron, Vidure
Countries of Origin France
Species Vitis vinifera
Pedigree Cabernet Franc x Sauvignon blanc
References
Berry Color Black
Uses Wine
Comments Cabernet Sauvignon is one of the most important wine grape cultivars in the world. It was most closely associated historically with the Bordeaux region of southwest France, but is grown widely all over the world. The cultivar makes extremely high quality wines.

Cabernet Sauvignon PhotosClick photo to enlarge

                                                               

Cabernet Sauvignon Selections available from FPS

  Cabernet Sauvignon 15EV (proprietary)
Registration Status Registered
Source Cabernet Sauvignon ENTAV-INRA ® 15EV authorized clone from ENTAV in France
Treatments None
Proprietary Proprietary- cannot be distributed without written permission from owner: ENTAV-IFV
Patented / Proprietary Proprietary
Comments The Etablissement National Technique pour l’Amelioration de la Viticulture (ENTAV) is an official agency certified by the French Ministry of Agriculture and responsible for the management and coordination of the French national clonal selection program. ENTAV maintains the French national repository of accredited clones and has created an ENTAV-INRA® authorized clone trademark to identify its official clonal materials internationally. The trademark is a good indication that the clonal identity of a vine is correct. Trademarked importations come directly from official French source vines. ENTAV retains the exclusive rights to control the distribution and propagation of its trademarked materials, which are only available to the public from nurseries licensed by ENTAV.

The selection numbers used to identify ENTAV-INRA® authorized clones in the FPS collection equate to the same numbers used by the official trademarked clones. For example, Cabernet Sauvignon ENTAV-INRA® 15EV corresponds to official French clone 15. French clone 15 is reportedly a Bordeaux clone that is preferred in southern France. Cabernet Sauvignon ENTAV-INRA® 15EV came to FPS in 1999 and appeared on the registered list in 2003.

  Cabernet Sauvignon 02
Registration Status Registered
Source Oakville, California
Treatments None
Comments Cabernet Sauvignon FPS 02 is known as the "Oakville selection". FPS 02 was originally selected by Dr. Harold Olmo (former Professor of Viticulture & Enology, UC Davis) from the Kunde Estate vineyards in Sonoma County before 1940. The property on which the Kunde Estate vineyards were located had been planted in the 19th century with imported cuttings from Chateaux Margaux and Lafite Rothschild in Bordeaux. Dr. Olmo began to develop the selection at Larkmead Vineyards in Napa County and continued with trials at UC Davis Experiment Station in Oakville in the 1950's. FPS 02 arrived at FPS sometime prior to 1963. The original material that became Cabernet Sauvignon 02 did not undergo treatment at FPS prior to qualification for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program. Cabernet Sauvignon 02 later underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy to qualify for the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard. The treated material successfully completed the testing necessary to qualify for Russell Ranch in 2013 and will be planted there as Cabernet Sauvignon 02.1.

  Cabernet Sauvignon 02.1
Registration Status Registered
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Kunde Estate Vineyards, Sonoma, California, via Oakville Experiment Station in Napa, California
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments Cabernet Sauvignon FPS 02 is known as the "Oakville selection". FPS 02 was originally selected by Dr. Harold Olmo (former Professor of Viticulture & Enology, UC Davis) from the Kunde Estate vineyards in Sonoma County before 1940. The property on which the Kunde Estate vineyards were located had been planted in the 19th century with imported cuttings from Chateaux Margaux and Lafite Rothschild in Bordeaux. Dr. Olmo began to develop the selection at Larkmead Vineyards in Napa County and continued with trials at UC Davis Experiment Station in Oakville in the 1950's. FPS 02 arrived at FPS sometime prior to 1963. The original material that became Cabernet Sauvignon 02 did not undergo treatment at FPS prior to qualification for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program. Cabernet Sauvignon 02 later underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy to qualify for the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard. The treated material successfully completed the testing necessary to qualify for Russell Ranch in 2013 and will be planted there as Cabernet Sauvignon 02.1.

  Cabernet Sauvignon 04
Registration Status Registered
Source Mendoza, Argentina
Treatments None
Comments Cabernet Sauvignon FPS 04 came to Davis in 1964 from Mendoza, Argentina (USDA PI 296424). The selection arrived with the erroneous label "Merlot", clone 11. The selection was later properly identified and successfully completed testing for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program in 1966. Cabernet Sauvignon 04 was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard; the current vines were established in 1992.

  Cabernet Sauvignon 04.1 Top
Registration Status Registered
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Mendoza, Argentina
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments Cabernet Sauvignon FPS 04 came to Davis in 1964 from Mendoza, Argentina (USDA PI 296424). The selection arrived with the erroneous label "Merlot", clone 11. The selection was later properly identified and successfully completed testing for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program in 1966. Cabernet Sauvignon 04 was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard. The Cabernet Sauvignon 04 vines in the Classic Foundation Vineyard had not undergone any treatment at FPS. In order to qualify for the new Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard, FPS subjected Cabernet Sauvignon 04 to microshoot tip tissue culture therapy in 2009. After successful completion of testing, the treated material qualified for the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard, where it was planted in 2012 under the new selection name Cabernet Sauvignon 04.1.

  Cabernet Sauvignon 05 Top
Registration Status Registered
Source Mendoza, Argentina
Treatments None
Comments Cabernet Sauvignon FPS 05 came to Davis in 1964 from Mendoza, Argentina, with USDA-ARS P.I. number 296425. The selection arrived with an incorrect label: "Merlot", clone 12. The selection was later properly identified and appeared for the first time on the list of registered vines in 1966.

  Cabernet Sauvignon 06 Top
Registration Status Registered
Source former Foothill Experiment Station in Jackson, California
Treatments None
Comments Dr. Austin Goheen (UC Davis) rescued Cabernet Sauvignon 06 from the former University of California Foothill Experiment Station in Jackson, California, in 1963. UC held title to the property where the Experiment Station was located from 1889 to 1903, after which the station was abandoned. The vines remained relatively undisturbed for over 50 years. The story of Dr. Goheen's rediscovery of the vineyard is contained in the 2006 FPS Grape Program Newsletter, "The Jackson Vineyard". Cabernet Sauvignon 06 first appeared on the list of registered vines in 1969 and was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard.

  Cabernet Sauvignon 06.1 Top
Registration Status Registered
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Former UC Foothill Experiment Station, Jackson, California
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments Dr. Austin Goheen (UC Davis) rescued Cabernet Sauvignon 06 from the former University of California Foothill Experiment Station in Jackson, California, in 1963. UC held title to the property where the Experiment Station was located from 1889 to 1903, after which the station was abandoned. The vines remained relatively undisturbed for over 50 years. The story of Dr. Goheen's rediscovery of the vineyard is contained in the 2006 FPS Grape Program Newsletter, "The Jackson Vineyard". Cabernet Sauvignon 06 first appeared on the list of registered vines in 1969 and was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard. Cabernet Sauvignon 06 was subjected to microshoot tip tissue culture therapy in 2009. The new material successfully completed testing under the 2010 Protocol and was planted in the new Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard under the new selection number Cabernet Sauvignon 06.1.

  Cabernet Sauvignon 07 Top
Registration Status Registered
Source Concannon vineyard in Livermore, Alameda County, California
Treatments Heat treatment 62 days
Comments Cabernet Sauvignon FPS 07 is one of three selections at FPS (FPS 07, 08, 11) that were taken from the same single vine source: Concannon R34 V2. The selection was made by C.J. Alley when he was managing Foundation Plant Services at Davis in 1965 (the selection was known then as Superclone #101). FPS 07 underwent heat treatment for 62 days and first appeared on the list of registered vines in 1970. It remains planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard.

  Cabernet Sauvignon 07.1 Top
Registration Status Registered
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Concannon Vineyard, Livermore, California
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments Cabernet Sauvignon FPS 07 is one of three selections at FPS (FPS 07, 08, 11) that were taken from the same single vine source: Concannon R34 V2. The selection was made by C.J. Alley when he was managing Foundation Plant Services at Davis in 1965 (the selection was known then as Superclone #101). FPS 07 underwent heat treatment for 62 days and first appeared on the list of registered vines in 1970. It remains planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard.

  Cabernet Sauvignon 08 Top
Registration Status Registered
Source Concannon vineyard in Livermore, Alameda County, California
Treatments Heat treatment 168 days
Comments Cabernet Sauvignon FPS 08 is one of three selections at FPS (FPS 07, 08, 11) taken from the same single vine source: Concannon R34 v2. The selection was made by C.J. Alley when he was managing Foundation Plant Services in 1965 (the selection was known then as Superclone #102). Cabernet Sauvignon 08 and 11 both underwent heat treatment for 168 days. In a 1991 letter, Dr. Harold Olmo (Department of Viticulture & Enology, UC Davis) indicated that no differences had been noted between the performance of Cabernet Sauvignon 08 and 11. Cabernet Sauvignon 08 first appeared on the list of registered vines in 1971. FPS 08 was characterized by Dr. Jim Wolpert (UC Davis) as a "high yielding, late-maturing" selection in the 1995 ASEV Proceedings of the International Symposium on Clonal Selection. Cabernet Sauvignon 08 remains planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard.

  Cabernet Sauvignon 08.1 Top
Registration Status Registered
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Concannon vineyard in Livermore, Alameda County, California
Treatments Heat treatment 168 days; microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments Cabernet Sauvignon FPS 08 is one of three selections at Foundation Plant Services (FPS 07, 08, 11) taken from the same single vine source: Concannon R34 v2. The selection was made by C.J. Alley in 1965 when he was managing Foundation Plant Services (the selection was known then as Superclone #102). Cabernet Sauvignon 08 and 11 both underwent heat treatment for 168 days. In a 1991 letter, Dr. Harold Olmo (Department of Viticulture & Enology, UC Davis) indicated that no differences had been noted between the performance of Cabernet Sauvignon 08 and 11. Cabernet Sauvignon 08 first appeared on the list of registered vines in 1971 and remains planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard. At the time Cabernet Sauvignon 08 was originally being tested for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program, FPS (in 1997) made a backup vine by way of microshoot tip tissue culture therapy on the original plant material. That backup vine was also installed in the Classic Foundation Vineyard but was never given a selection number. The treated backup vine successfully completed testing to qualify for the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard in 2011; the selection was named Cabernet Sauvignon 08.1 when it was planted in the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard.

  Cabernet Sauvignon 10 Top
Registration Status Registered
Source Neustadt, Germany
Treatments Heat treatment
Comments This selection came to Davis in 1959 from the State Teaching & Research Institute for Viticulture & Horticulture in Neustadt, Germany. The plant material came into the United States with USDA-ARS Plant Identification number 258987-A-1. Although the grapevine material was sent from the facility at Neustadt, the vine from which the cuttings were taken was never part of a clonal development program at Neustadt. The first plantings of Cabernet Sauvignon in the Pfalz region began in the early 1990's. The original material underwent heat treatment for 148 days at Foundation Plant Services. Cabernet Sauvignon 10 first appeared on the list of registered vines in 1973.

  Cabernet Sauvignon 10.1 Top
Registration Status Provisional
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Neustadt, Germany
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments Cabernet Sauvignon FPS 10 came to Davis in 1959 from the State Teaching & Research Institute for Viticulture & Horticulture in Neustadt, Germany. The plant material came into the United States with USDA-ARS Plant Identification number 258987-A-1. Although the grapevine material was sent from the facility at Neustadt, the vine from which the cuttings were taken was never part of a clonal development program at Neustadt. The first plantings of Cabernet Sauvignon in the Pfalz region began in the early 1990's. The original material underwent heat treatment therapy for 148 days at Foundation Plant Services. Cabernet Sauvignon 10 first appeared on the list of registered vines in 1973. The selection underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy at FPS in 2014 and qualified for the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard in 2017 as Cabernet Sauvignon 10.1.

  Cabernet Sauvignon 11 Top
Registration Status Registered
Source Concannon vineyard in Livermore, Alameda County, California
Treatments Heat treatment 168-2 days
Comments Cabernet Sauvignon FPS 11 is one of three FPS selections (FPS 07, 08, 11) that came from a single source vine: Concannon R34 v2. The selection was made by Dr. C.J. Alley (UC Davis) when he was managing Foundation Plant Services in 1965. Both FPS 08 and 11 underwent heat treatment for 168 days. In a 1991 letter, Dr. Harold Olmo (UC Davis) indicated that no differences had been noted between the performance of FPS 08 and 11. Cabernet Sauvignon FPS 11 first appeared on the list of registered vines in 1974. Cabernet Sauvignon 11 underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy at FPS in 2011 to qualify for the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard. The treated material successfully completed tested for Russell Ranch in 2013 and will be planted there as Cabernet Sauvignon FPS 11.1.

  Cabernet Sauvignon 11.1 Top
Registration Status Registered
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Concannon Vineyard in Livermore, Alameda County, California
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy; heat treatment 168 days
Comments Cabernet Sauvignon FPS 11 is one of three selections at Foundation Plant Services (Cabernet Sauvignon FPS 07, 08, 11) that came from a single source vine: Concannon R34 v2. The selection was made by Dr. C.J. Alley (UC Davis) when he was managing FPS in 1965. Both FPS 08 and 11 underwent heat treatment for 168 days upon arrival at FPS. In a 1991 letter, Dr. Harold Olmo (UC Davis) indicated that no differences had been noted between the performance of FPS 08 and 11. Cabernet Sauvignon FPS 11 first appeared on the list of registered vines in 1974. Cabernet Sauvignon 11 underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy at FPS in 2011 to qualify for the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard. The treated material successfully completed testing for Russell Ranch in 2013 and will be planted there as Cabernet Sauvignon FPS 11.1.

  Cabernet Sauvignon 12 Top
Registration Status Registered
Source Chile
Treatments Heat treatment
Comments Cabernet Sauvignon FPS 12 is one of seven selections that came to Davis in 1971 from Concha y Toro Vina, Chile, under USDA-ARS PI #364302. The plant material for FPS 12, 13, 14, former selection 15 (now renumbered FPS 54), 19, 20 and 21 originated from a single vine source (R3 v1) in Block 25 of a Cachapoal Valley vineyard. FPS 12 underwent heat treatment for 103 days and first appeared on the list of registered vines in 1978.

  Cabernet Sauvignon 13 Top
Registration Status Registered
Source Chile
Treatments Heat treatment
Comments Cabernet Sauvignon FPS 13 is one of seven selections that came to Davis in 1971 from Concha y Toro Vina, Chile, under USDA-ARS PI #364302. The plant material for FPS 12, 13, 14, former selection 15 (now known as FPS 54), 19, 20 and 21 originated from a single source vine (R3 v1) in Block 25 of a Cachapoal Valley vineyard. FPS 13 underwent heat treatment for 111 days and first appeared on the list of registered vines in 1978.

  Cabernet Sauvignon 14 Top
Registration Status Registered
Source Chile
Treatments Heat treatment
Comments Cabernet Sauvignon FPS 14 is one of seven selections that came to Davis in 1971 from Concha y Toro Vina, Chile, under USDA-ARS PI #364302. The plant material for FPS 12, 13, 14, former selection 15 (now known as FPS 54), 19, 20 and 21 originated from a single vine source (R3 v1) in Block 25 of a Cachapoal Valley vineyard. FPS 14 underwent heat treatment for 111 days and first appeared on the list of registered vines in 1978.

  Cabernet Sauvignon 19 Top
Registration Status Registered
Source Chile
Treatments Heat treatment
Comments Cabernet Sauvignon FPS 19 is one of seven selections that came to Davis in 1971 from Concha y Toro Vina, Chile, under USDA-ARS PI #364302. The plant material for FPS 12, 13, 14, former selection 15 (now known as FPS 54), 19, 20 and 21 originated from a single vine source (R3 v1) in Block 25 of a Cachapoal Valley vineyard. FPS 19 underwent heat treatment for 137 days and first appeared on the list of registered vines in 1978.

  Cabernet Sauvignon 20 Top
Registration Status Registered
Source Chile
Treatments Heat treatment
Comments Cabernet Sauvignon FPS 20 is one of seven selections that came to Davis in 1971 from Concha y Toro Vina, Chile, under USDA-ARS PI # 364302. The plant material for FPS 12, 13, 14, former selection 15 (now known as FPS 54), 19, 20 and 21 originated from a single vine source (R3 v1) in Block 25 of a Cachapoal Valley vineyard. FPS 20 underwent heat treatment for 137 days and first appeared on the list of registered vines in 1978.

  Cabernet Sauvignon 21 Top
Registration Status Registered
Source Chile
Treatments Heat treatment
Comments Cabernet Sauvignon FPS 21 is one of seven selections that came to Davis in 1971 from Concha y Toro Vina, Chile, under USDA-ARS PI #364302. The plant material for FPS 12, 13, 14, former selection 15 (FPS 54), 19, 20 and 21 originated from a single vine source (R3 v1) in Block 25 of a Cachapoal Valley vineyard. FPS 21 underwent heat treatment for 141 days and first appeared on the list of registered vines in 1978.

  Cabernet Sauvignon 22 Top
Registration Status Registered
Source Vineyard in Napa, California
Treatments Heat treatment
Comments Cabernet Sauvignon FPS 22 and 23 were selected from a vineyard in Napa, California, in 1986. It is reported that the selections are very aromatic. FPS 22 underwent heat treatment for 60 days and first appeared on the list of registered selections in 1990.

  Cabernet Sauvignon 23 Top
Registration Status Registered
Source Vineyard in Napa, California
Treatments Heat treatment
Comments Cabernet Sauvignon FPS 22 and 23 were selected from a vineyard in Napa, California, in 1985. It is reported that the selections are very aromatic. FPS 23 underwent heat treatment for 136 days and first appeared on the list of registered varieties in 1990.

  Cabernet Sauvignon 24 Top
Registration Status Registered
Source Laurel Glen vineyard in Sonoma County
Treatments None
Comments Cabernet Sauvignon FPS 24 was selected from the Laurel Glen vineyard in Glen Ellen in Sonoma County, California, in 1988. It appeared on the list of registered vines in the 1994-1995 season.

  Cabernet Sauvignon 29.1 Top
Registration Status Registered
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Niebaum-Coppola Vineyard, Napa, California
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments Cabernet Sauvignon FPS 29 is one of three well-respected Cabernet Sauvignon clones that were selected by Phil Freese and Deborah Golino in 1989 from Napa Valley vineyards with a reputation for quality wine production. The Niebaum-Coppola selection was from old plantings near their winery which provided premium quality grapes. The original FPS 29 plant material showed negative results for fleck virus when initially subjected to field index testing in 1997. However, the source vines in the Classic Foundation Vineyard block recently tested positive for the fleck virus using PCR (polymerase chain reaction) procedures. Although a positive PCR test for fleck virus is not alone actionable in the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program, the FPS 29 vines were placed on “Hold” status in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard, which means that potential customers will be notified of the PCR test results prior to purchase of vine material from that vineyard. In the meantime, Cabernet Sauvignon 29 underwent microshoot tip tissue culture disease elimination therapy at FPS in 2008. The resulting plant material successfully completed 2010 Protocol testing and qualified for planting in the new Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard, where it was planted in 2012 under the selection name Cabernet Sauvignon FPS 29.1.

  Cabernet Sauvignon 30 Top
Registration Status Registered
Source Heritage Disney Silverado clone, Napa, California
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments Cabernet Sauvignon FPS 30 is one of three well-respected Cabernet Sauvignon clones that were selected by Phil Freese and Deborah Golino in 1989 from Napa Valley vineyards with a reputation for quality wine production. The Disney Silverado selection was collected from an old vineyard off the Silverado Trail, possibly by the Napa River. That vineyard was believed to be planted with the "See clone" of Cabernet Sauvignon. The Disney-Silverado plant material that was brought to Foundation Plant Services in 1989 (later Cabernet Sauvignon 30) was infected with virus and underwent microshoot tip tissue culture treatment at FPS. Cabernet Sauvignon 30 successfully completed testing for the California Registration & Certification Program in 1999 and was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard.

  Cabernet Sauvignon 30.1 Top
Registration Status Registered
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Disney-Silverado Vineyard in Napa, California
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments Cabernet Sauvignon FPS 30 is one of three well-respected Cabernet Sauvignon clones that were selected by Phil Freese and Deborah Golino in 1989 from Napa Valley vineyards with a reputation for quality wine production. The Disney Silverado selection was collected from an old vineyard off the Silverado Trail, possibly by the Napa River. That vineyard was believed to be planted with the "See clone" of Cabernet Sauvignon. The Disney-Silverado plant material that was brought to Foundation Plant Services in 1989 (later Cabernet Sauvignon 30) was infected with virus and underwent microshoot tip tissue culture treatment at FPS. Cabernet Sauvignon 30 successfully completed testing for the California Registration & Certification Program in 1999 and was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard. Cabernet Sauvignon 30 vines were tested under the 2010 Protocol and the material qualified for planting at the new Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard, where it was planted in 2012 under the name Cabernet Sauvignon 30.1.

  Cabernet Sauvignon 31 Top
Registration Status Registered
Source Heritage Mondavi, Napa, California
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments Cabernet Sauvignon FPS 31 is one of three well-respected Cabernet Sauvignon clones that were selected by Phil Freese and Deborah Golino in 1989 from Napa Valley vineyards with a reputation for quality wine production. The Mondavi selection was from a 50-year old vine (S block, vine 2)in the old To Kalon vineyard. The original material for Cabernet Sauvignon FPS 31 came to Foundation Plant Services in 1996 and tested positive for viruses. The material underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy at FPS. Cabernet Sauvignon 31 successfully completed testing for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program and was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 1998.

  Cabernet Sauvignon 31.1 Top
Registration Status Registered
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Heritage Mondavi clone, Napa, California
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments Cabernet Sauvignon FPS 31 is one of three well-respected Cabernet Sauvignon clones that were selected by Phil Freese and Deborah Golino in 1989 from Napa Valley vineyards with a reputation for quality wine production. The Mondavi selection was from a 50-year old vine (S block, vine 2)in the old To Kalon vineyard. The original material for Cabernet Sauvignon FPS 31 came to Foundation Plant Services in 1996 and tested positive for viruses. The material underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy at FPS. Cabernet Sauvignon 31 successfully completed testing for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program and was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 1998. Cabernet Sauvignon 31 was successfully tested under the 2010 Protocol and qualified for the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard, where it was planted in 2012 as Cabernet Sauvignon 31.1.

  Cabernet Sauvignon 33 Top
Registration Status Registered
Source Reported to be clone 191 from France
Treatments Microshoot tip culture therapy
Comments FPS 33 came to Davis from the Chambre D' Agriculture de la Gironde in 1989 as part of a project funded by Winegrowers of California. The selection is reported to be French clone 191. The Winegrowers project preceded the ENTAV-INRA French clone trademark program. FPS 33 underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy and registered in 2003.

  Cabernet Sauvignon 33.1 Top
Registration Status Registered
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Reported to be French clone 191
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments This selection came to Foundation Plant Services from the Chambre d' Agriculture de la Gironde in 1989 as part of a project funded by Winegrowers of California. The selection is reported to be French clone 191. The Winegrowers project preceded the ENTAV-INRA French clone trademark program. The original material underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy at FPS in the late 1980's and attained registered status in 2003. FPS 33 underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy again in 2012 in order to qualify for the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard, where it was planted in 2014 as FPS 33.1.

  Cabernet Sauvignon 34 Top
Registration Status Registered
Source Reported to be clone 191 from France
Treatments Microshoot tip culture therapy
Comments The original material for Cabernet Sauvignon 34 came to Foundation Plant Services from France as a proprietary selection in 1995. The selection is reported to be French clone 191. FPS refers to this material as a 'generic French clone'. This importation preceded the official ENTAV-INRA® clone authorization program (2001), so the identity of a generic French clone cannot be guaranteed under that official program. The generic clone material is given the next in order number at FPS for the variety at issue at the time of the importation. Cabernet Sauvignon 34 underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy in 1996. The selection successfully completed testing for the California Registration & Certification Program and was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2000. The proprietary status for this selection expired in 2002 and it is now available in the FPS public collection.

  Cabernet Sauvignon 34.1 Top
Registration Status Registered
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Reported to be French clone 191
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments The original material for Cabernet Sauvignon 34 came to Foundation Plant Services from France as a proprietary selection in 1995. The selection is reported to be French clone 191. FPS refers to this material as a 'generic French clone'. This importation preceded the official ENTAV-INRA® clone authorization program (2001), so the identity of a generic French clone cannot be guaranteed under that official program. The generic clone material was given the 'next in order' number at FPS for the variety at issue at the time of the importation (and was not given the 'reported French clone number'). Cabernet Sauvignon 34 underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy in 1996. The selection successfully completed testing for the California Registration & Certification Program and was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2000. The proprietary status for this selection expired in 2002 and it is now available in the FPS public collection.

  Cabernet Sauvignon 35 Top
Registration Status Registered
Source France
Treatments Microshoot tip culture therapy
Comments The original material for Cabernet Sauvignon FPS 35 came to Foundation Plant Services from France as a proprietary selection in 1995. The selection was reported by the sponsor to be 'French clone 585' [there is no Cabernet Sauvignon 585 clone in France]. A former executive of the sponsor (Vinifera Inc.) at the time of the importation indicates that the selection was Cabernet Sauvignon clone 685. FPS refers to this material as a 'generic French clone'. This importation preceded the official ENTAV-INRA® clone authorization program (2001), so the identity of a generic French clone cannot be guaranteed under that official program. Generic clones are given the 'next in order' FPS number for a particular variety at the time of the importation. Cabernet Sauvignon 35 underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy at FPS in 1996. The selection successfully completed testing for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program and was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2000. The proprietary status for this selection expired in 2002 and it is now available in the FPS public grapevine collection.

  Cabernet Sauvignon 35.1 Top
Registration Status Registered
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source France
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments The original material for Cabernet Sauvignon FPS 35 came to Foundation Plant Services from France as a proprietary selection in 1995. The selection was reported by the sponsor to be 'French clone 585'. However, there is no Cabernet Sauvignon 585 clone in France. There is, however, a Cabernet Sauvignon clone 685 in France, but the sponsor is no longer available to inquire as to the possible misnumbering. FPS refers to this material as a 'generic French clone'. This importation preceded the official ENTAV-INRA® clone authorization program (2001), so the identity of a generic French clone cannot be guaranteed under that official program. Generic clones are given the 'next in order' FPS number for a particular variety at the time of the importation. Cabernet Sauvignon 35 underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy at FPS in 1996. The selection successfully completed testing for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program and was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2000. The proprietary status for this selection expired in 2002, and it is now available in the FPS public grapevine collection.

  Cabernet Sauvignon 37 Top
Registration Status Registered
Source Reported to be clone 339 from France
Treatments Microshoot tip culture therapy
Comments The original plant material for this selection came to Foundation Plant Services from the Chambre d' Agriculture de la Gironde (Bordeaux) in 1989 as part of a project funded by Winegrowers of California. The selection is reported to be French clone 339. The Winegrowers project preceded the ENTAV-INRA French clone authorization program, which began in 2001. The original plant material underwent microshoot tip tissue culture procedures at FPS. Cabernet Sauvignon 37 successfully completed testing for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program and was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2001.

  Cabernet Sauvignon 37.1 Top
Registration Status Registered
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Reported to be French clone 339
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments The original plant material for this selection came to Foundation Plant Services from the Chambre d' Agriculture de la Gironde (Bordeaux) in 1989 as part of a project funded by Winegrowers of California. The selection is reported to be French clone 339. The Winegrowers project preceded the ENTAV-INRA French clone authorization program, which began in 2001. The original plant material underwent microshoot tip tissue culture procedures at FPS. Cabernet Sauvignon 37 successfully completed testing for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program and was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2001. FPS 37 again underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy in 2012 in order to qualify for the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard, where it was planted in 2014 as FPS 37.1.

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Registration Status Registered
Source ISV-V-F-6, Istituto Sperimentale per la Viticoltura, Conegliano, Italy
Treatments Micro shoot tip culture therapy
Comments Cabernet Sauvignon FPS 38 came to Davis from Dr. Antonio Calò at the Istituto Sperimentale per la Viticoltura (now the Centro di Ricerca per la Viticoltura) in Conegliano, Italy, in 1989 as part of a project funded by Winegrowers of California. The selection is the ISV-V-F-6 clone. FPS 38 underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy. It first appeared as a Provisional selection on the FPS New Materials list in 2001-2002 and became registered in 2003.

  Cabernet Sauvignon 39 Top
Registration Status Registered
Source Clone R5, Istituto Sperimentale per la Viticoltura, Conegliano, Italy
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments Cabernet Sauvignon 39 came to Davis from Dr. Antonio Calò at the Istituto Sperimentale per la Viticoltura (now the Centro di Ricerca per la Viticoltura) in Conegliano, Italy, in 1989 as part of a project funded by Winegrowers of California. The selection is the Italian R5 clone. The original material for Cabernet Sauvignon 39 underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy at FPS in 1997. The selection successfully completed testing for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program and was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2003.

  Cabernet Sauvignon 39.1 Top
Registration Status Registered
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Clone R5, Istituto Sperimentale per la Viticoltura, Conegliano, Italy
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments Cabernet Sauvignon 39 came to Davis from Dr. Antonio Calò at the Istituto Sperimentale per la Viticoltura (now the Centro di Ricerca per la Viticoltura) in Conegliano, Italy, in 1989 as part of a project funded by Winegrowers of California. The selection is the Italian R5 clone. The original material for Cabernet Sauvignon 39 underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy at FPS in 1997. The selection successfully completed testing for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program and was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2003. The vines were successfully tested under the 2010 Protocol, and Cabernet Sauvignon 39 qualified for planting in the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard in 2011 as Cabernet Sauvignon 39.1

  Cabernet Sauvignon 40 Top
Registration Status Registered
Source Mt. Eden vineyard, Santa Cruz Mountains, California
Treatments None
Comments Cabernet Sauvignon 40 was donated to Foundation Plant Services in 2001 by Kendall-Jackson Winery. The plant material originated at Mt. Eden Vineyards in the Santa Cruz Mountains, California. Mt. Eden Vineyards is a small wine estate that has been located in the Santa Cruz Mountains since 1945. The Mt. Eden Winery focuses on small lots of wines, including Cabernet Sauvignon. The original plant material for this selection successfully completed testing for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program without the necessity of treatment. Cabernet Sauvignon 40 was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2003.

  Cabernet Sauvignon 40.2 Top
Registration Status Registered
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Mt. Eden Vineyards, Santa Cruz Mountains, California
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments Cabernet Sauvignon 40 was donated to Foundation Plant Services in 2001 by Kendall-Jackson Winery. The plant material originated at Mt. Eden Vineyards in the Santa Cruz Mountains, California. Mt. Eden Vineyards is a small wine estate that has been located in the Santa Cruz Mountains since 1945. The Mt. Eden Winery focuses on small lots of wines, including Cabernet Sauvignon. The original plant material for this selection successfully completed testing for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program without the necessity of treatment. Cabernet Sauvignon 40 was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2003. At the same time as the original selection (Cabernet Sauvignon 40) was completing the process to become part of the FPS foundation vineyard, a backup vine was created for the selection; the backup vines were planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard without giving the vines a formal selection number. Those backup vines were tested in 2012 using the 2010 Protocol and qualified for planting in the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard as Cabernet Sauvignon 40.2.

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Registration Status Registered
Source Early clone, Hyde Vineyards, Napa County, California
Treatments None
Comments Cabernet Sauvignon FPS 42 was donated to the FPS public collection in 2002 by Larry Hyde of the Hyde Vineyard in the Carneros region of Napa County, California. In an article for the 2004 FPS Grape Program Newsletter, Mr. Hyde described the selection as an early-producing clone with spice flavor. The selection has long thin clusters with small berries. The clone is known as the Backus clone at Phelps Vineyards. FPS 42 first appeared as Provisional on the 2004-2005 New Materials List and attained registered status in 2006.

  Cabernet Sauvignon 43 Top
Registration Status Registered
Source Reported to be French clone 15
Treatments None, RSP+
Comments Cabernet Sauvignon FPS 43 came to Foundation Plant Services from a California vineyard in 2002. The selection is reported to be French clone 15. FPS refers to this material as a generic French clone. The importation from France preceded the official ENTAV-INRA® clone authorization program (2001), so the identity of a generic French clone cannot be guaranteed under that official program. Generic clones are “reported to be” the French clone number assigned at the time of the importation. Cabernet Sauvignon FPS 43 first appeared as Provisional on the New Materials list in 2005-2006 and attained registered status in 2006. The untreated Cabernet Sauvignon 43 is planted in the Classic Foundation Vineyard at FPS. The selection underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy at FPS in 2011 to qualify for planting in the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard. The treated material successfully completed testing in 2013 and will be planted at Russell Ranch as Cabernet Sauvignon FPS 43.1. For a complete history of the Cabernet Sauvignon selections (clones) at FPS, see the FPS 2008 Grape Program Newsletter at http://fps.ucdavis.edu/ in the Publications/Grape section.Cabernet Sauvignon FPS 43 came to Foundation Plant Services from France via a California vineyard in 2002. The selection is reported to be French clone 15. FPS refers to this material as a generic French clone. This importation preceded the official ENTAV-INRA® clone authorization program (2001), so the identity of a generic French clone cannot be guaranteed under that official program. Generic clones are “reported to be” the French clone number assigned at the time of the importation. FPS 43 first appeared as Provisional on the New Materials list in 2005-2006 and attained registered status in 2006.

  Cabernet Sauvignon 43.1 Top
Registration Status Registered
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Reported to be French clone 15 via a California vineyard
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments Cabernet Sauvignon FPS 43 came to Foundation Plant Services from a California vineyard in 2002. The selection is reported to be French clone 15. FPS refers to this material as a generic French clone. The importation from France preceded the official ENTAV-INRA® clone authorization program (2001), so the identity of a generic French clone cannot be guaranteed under that official program. Generic clones are “reported to be” the French clone number assigned at the time of the importation. Cabernet Sauvignon FPS 43 first appeared as Provisional on the New Materials list in 2005-2006 and attained registered status in 2006. Cabernet Sauvignon 43 underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy at FPS in 2011 to qualify for the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard. The treated material successfully completed testing in 2013 and qualified for the Russell Ranch vineyard.

  Cabernet Sauvignon 44 Top
Registration Status Registered
Source Bordeaux, France
Treatments None, RSP+
Comments Cabernet Sauvignon FPS 44 is one of thirteen selections at Foundation Plant Services, UC Davis in the Vincent series (FPS 44, 45, 46, 48, 49, 50, 52, 53, 55, 56, 57, 58, and 59) . The Vincent series is from an anonymous and well-respected producer of French wine near Bordeaux, France. FPS 44 (Vincent series #2) successfully completed testing for the California Grapevine Registration and Certification Program and was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard.

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Registration Status Registered
Source Bordeaux, France
Treatments None, RSP+
Comments Cabernet Sauvignon FPS 45 is one of thirteen selections at Foundation Plant Services, UC Davis in the Vincent series (FPS 44, 45, 46, 48, 49, 50, 52, 53, 55, 56, 57, 58 and 59). The Vincent series is from an anonymous and well-respected producer of French wine near Bordeaux, France. FPS 45 (Vincent series #5) successfully completed testing for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program and was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard.

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Registration Status Registered
Source Bordeaux, France
Treatments None, RSP+
Comments Cabernet Sauvignon FPS 46 is one of thirteen selections at FPS in the Vincent series (FPS 44, 45, 46, 48, 49, 50, 52, 53, 55, 56, 57, 58 and 59). The Vincent series is from an anonymous and well-respected producer of French wine near Bordeaux, France. FPS 46 (Vincent series #6) successfully completed testing for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program and was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard.

  Cabernet Sauvignon 47 Top
Registration Status Registered
Source Reported to be French clone 337
Treatments Microshoot tip culture therapy
Comments Cabernet Sauvignon FPS 47 came to Foundation Plant Services from the Chambre D' Agriculture de la Gironde in 1989 as part of a project funded by Winegrowers of California. The selection is reported to be French clone 337. FPS 47 underwent microshoot tip tissue culture disease elimination therapy in 2003. The long delay in successful treatment of the original material was attributable to a propagation error made in the 1990's. After successful completion of disease testing for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program, Cabernet Sauvignon 47 was planted in the Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2007. DNA analysis performed in the fall of 2007 confirmed that this selection is Cabernet Sauvignon.

  Cabernet Sauvignon 47.1 Top
Registration Status Registered
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Reported to be French clone 337
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments This selection came to Foundation Plant Services from the Chambre D' Agriculture de la Gironde in 1989 as part of a project funded by Winegrowers of California. The material is reported to be French clone 337. The original material underwent microshoot tip tissue culture disease elimination therapy in 2003. The long delay in successful treatment of the original material was attributable to a propagation error made in the 1990's. After successful completion of disease testing for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program, Cabernet Sauvignon 47 was planted in the Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2007. DNA analysis performed in the fall of 2007 confirmed that this selection is Cabernet Sauvignon. The Cabernet Sauvignon 47 vines were tested using the 2010 Protocol and successfully completed those tests. Cabernet Sauvignon 47 was planted in the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard in 2011 under the new selection number Cabernet Sauvignon 47.1.

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Registration Status Registered
Source Bordeaux, France
Treatments None, RSP+
Comments Cabernet Sauvignon 48 is one of thirteen selections at Foundation Plant Services, UC Davis in the Vincent series (FPS 44, 45, 46, 48, 49, 50, 52, 53, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59). The Vincent series is from an anonymous and well-respected producer of French wine near Bordeaux, France. Each selection is from a unique source in the vineyard in Bordeaux. Cabernet Sauvignon 48 is Vincent series #7. The original plant material successfully completed testing for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program and was planted in the Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2007. The original material was RSP+, but that virus did not disqualify the selection from the California R&C Program. At the same time that the original material was tested, FPS in 2006 created a backup vine for Cabernet Sauvignon 48, using microshoot tip tissue culture disease elimination therapy. That backup vine was also planted in the Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2007 but never received an official selection number. In 2012, the backup vine successfully completed testing under the 2010 Protocol and qualified for planting in the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard (see Cabernet Sauvignon 48.1).

  Cabernet Sauvignon 48.1 Top
Registration Status Provisional
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Bordeaux, France
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments This selection is one of thirteen Cabernet Sauvignon selections at Foundation Plant Services, UC Davis in the Vincent series (FPS 44, 45, 46, 48, 49, 50, 52, 53, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59). Each selection is from a unique source in the vineyard in Bordeaux. The Vincent series is from an anonymous and well-respected producer of French wine near Bordeaux, France. The donor, who wishes to remain anonymous, named the series after his vineyard manager in France, as well as the patron saint of winegrowers, St. Vincent of Saragosa. Cabernet Sauvignon 48 is Vincent series #7. The original plant material successfully completed testing for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program and was planted in the Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2007 as Cabernet Sauvignon 48. The original material was RSP+, but that virus did not disqualify the selection from the California R&C Program. At the same time that the original material was tested, FPS in 2006 created a backup vine for Cabernet Sauvignon 48, using microshoot tip tissue culture disease elimination therapy. That backup vine was also planted in the Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2007 but never received an official selection number. In 2012, the backup vine successfully completed testing under the 2010 Protocol and qualified for planting in the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard in 2012 as Cabernet Sauvignon FPS 48.1.

  Cabernet Sauvignon 49 Top
Registration Status Registered
Source Bordeaux, France
Treatments None, RSP+
Comments Cabernet Sauvignon 49 is one of thirteen Cabernet Sauvignon selections at Foundation Plant Services, UC Davis in the Vincent series (FPS 44, 45, 46, 48, 49, 50, 52, 53, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59). Each selection is from a unique source in the vineyard in Bordeaux. The Vincent series is from an anonymous and well-respected producer of French wine near Bordeaux, France. Cabernet Sauvignon 49 is Vincent series #8. The original plant material successfully completed testing for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program and was planted in the Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2007. The original material was RSP+, but that virus did not disqualify the selection from the California R&C Program. At the same time that the original material was tested, FPS in 2006 created a backup vine for Cabernet Sauvignon 49, using microshoot tip tissue culture disease elimination therapy. That backup vine was also planted in the Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2007 but never received an official selection number. In 2011, the backup vine successfully completed testing under the 2010 Protocol and qualified for planting in the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard (see Cabernet Sauvignon 49.1).

  Cabernet Sauvignon 49.1 Top
Registration Status Registered
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Bordeaux, France
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments Cabernet Sauvignon 49 is one of thirteen Cabernet Sauvignon selections at Foundation Plant Services, UC Davis in the Vincent series (FPS 44, 45, 46, 48, 49, 50, 52, 53, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59) . Each selection is from a unique source in the vineyard in Bordeaux. The Vincent series is from an anonymous and well-respected producer of French wine near Bordeaux, France. Cabernet Sauvignon 49 is Vincent series #8. The original plant material successfully completed testing for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program and was planted in the Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2007. The original material was RSP+, but that virus did not disqualify the selection from the California R&C Program. At the same time that the original material was tested, FPS in 2006 created a backup vine for Cabernet Sauvignon 49, using microshoot tip tissue culture disease elimination therapy. That backup vine was also planted in the Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2007 but never received an official selection number. In 2011, the backup vine to Cabernet Sauvignon 49 successfully completed testing under the 2010 Protocol and qualified for planting in the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard, where it was installed as Cabernet Sauvignon 49.1.

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Registration Status Registered
Source Bordeaux, France
Treatments None, RSP+
Comments Cabernet Sauvignon FPS 50 is one of thirteen selections at FPS in the Vincent series (FPS 44, 45, 46, 48, 49, 50, 52, 53, 55, 56, 57, 58, and 59) . The Vincent series is from an anonymous and well-respected producer of French wine near Bordeaux, France. FPS 50 (Vincent series #10) was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2007. The original material tested positive for Rupestris stem pitting virus and underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy at FPS. The treated material is now Cabernet Sauvignon FPS 50.1.

  Cabernet Sauvignon 50.1 Top
Registration Status Registered
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Bordeaux, France
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments Cabernet Sauvignon FPS 50 is one of thirteen selections at Foundation Plant Services in the Vincent series (FPS 44, 45, 46, 48, 49, 50, 52, 53, 55, 56, 57, 58, and 59) . The Vincent series is from an anonymous and well-respected producer of French wine near Bordeaux, France. FPS 50 (Vincent series #10) successfully completed testing for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program and was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2007. The original material also underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy at FPS. The treated material successfully completed testing to qualify for planting in the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard as Cabernet Sauvignon FPS 50.1.

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Registration Status Provisional
Source Spottswoode Estate Vineyard, St. Helena, California
Treatments None
Proprietary Proprietary- cannot be distributed without written permission from owner.
Patented / Proprietary Proprietary
Comments This selection is a proprietary clone from the Spottswoode Estate Vineyard in St. Helena, California.

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Registration Status Provisional
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Spottswoode Estate Vineyard, St. Helena, California
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Proprietary Proprietary- cannot be distributed without written permission from owner.
Patented / Proprietary Proprietary
Comments This selection is a proprietary clone from the Spottswoode Estate Vineyard in St. Helena, California. The original material underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy at FPS in 2012 and qualified for the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard in 2014.

  Cabernet Sauvignon 52 Top
Registration Status Registered
Source Bordeaux, France
Treatments None, RSP+
Comments Cabernet Sauvignon FPS 52 is one of thirteen selections at Foundation Plant Services, UC Davis in the Vincent series (FPS 44, 45, 46, 48, 49, 50, 52,53, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59). The Vincent series is from an anonymous and well-respected producer of French wine near Bordeaux, France. Each selection is from a unique source in the Bordeaux vineyard. Cabernet Sauvignon 52 is #1 in the Vincent series. The original material for this selection successfully completed testing for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program and was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2009. The original material tested positive for Rupestris stem pitting virus but that did not disqualify it from the California program. At the same time that the original material was being tested, FPS in 2006 created a backup vine for Cabernet Sauvignon 52 using microshoot tip tissue culture disease elimination therapy. The backup vine was also planted in the Classic Foundation Vineyard but never received an official selection number. The backup vine was tested under the 2010 Protocol and qualified for planting in the new Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard. (See Cabernet Sauvignon 52.1)

  Cabernet Sauvignon 52.1 Top
Registration Status Registered
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Bordeaux, France
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments This selection is one of thirteen Cabernet Sauvignon selections at Foundation Plant Services, UC Davis in the Vincent series (FPS 44, 45, 46, 48, 49, 50, 52,53, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59). The Vincent series is from an anonymous and well-respected producer of French wine near Bordeaux, France. Each selection is from a unique source in the Bordeaux vineyard. Cabernet Sauvignon 52 is #1 in the Vincent series. The original material for this selection successfully completed testing for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program and was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2009 as Cabernet Sauvignon 52. The original material tested positive for Rupestris stem pitting virus but that did not disqualify it from the California program. At the same time that the original material was being tested, FPS in 2006 created a backup vine for Cabernet Sauvignon 52 using microshoot tip tissue culture disease elimination therapy. The backup vine was also planted in the Classic Foundation Vineyard but never received an official selection number. The backup vine was tested under the 2010 Protocol and qualified for planting in the new Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard in 2012 as Cabernet Sauvignon 52.1.

  Cabernet Sauvignon 53 Top
Registration Status Registered
Source France
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments Cabernet Sauvignon FPS 53 is one of thirteen selections at Foundation Plant Services, UC Davis in the Vincent series (FPS 44, 45, 46, 48, 49, 50, 52,53, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59) . The Vincent series is from an anonymous and well-respected producer of French wine near Bordeaux, France. Each selection is from a unique source in the Bordeaux vineyard. Cabernet Sauvignon 53 is #3 in the Vincent series. The original material for this selection underwent microshoot tip tissue culture disease elimination therapy at FPS in 2004. After successfully completing testing for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program, Cabernet Sauvignon 53 was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2009. Cabernet Sauvignon 53 was tested under the 2010 Protocol and qualified for planting in the new Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard, where it was installed in 2011 as Cabernet Sauvignon 53.1.

  Cabernet Sauvignon 53.1 Top
Registration Status Registered
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Bordeaux, France
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments This selection is one of thirteen Cabernet Sauvignon selections at Foundation Plant Services, UC Davis in the Vincent series (FPS 44, 45, 46, 48, 49, 50, 52,53, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59). The Vincent series is from an anonymous and well-respected producer of French wine near Bordeaux, France. Each selection is from a unique source in the Bordeaux vineyard. Cabernet Sauvignon 53.1 is #3 in the Vincent series. The original material for this selection underwent microshoot tip tissue culture disease elimination therapy at FPS in 2004. After successfully completing testing for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program, Cabernet Sauvignon 53 was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2009. Cabernet Sauvignon 53 was tested under the 2010 Protocol and qualified for planting in the new Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard, where it was installed in 2011 as Cabernet Sauvignon 53.1.

  Cabernet Sauvignon 54 Top
Registration Status Registered
Source Chile (former Cabernet Sauvignon FPS 15)
Treatments Heat treatment
Comments Cabernet Sauvignon FPS 54 (formerly Cabernet Sauvignon FPS 15) is one of seven selections that came to Davis in 1971 from Concha y Toro Viña, Chile, under USDA-ARS PI #364302. This selection was formerly known at FPS as Cabernet Sauvignon FPS 15 (group 866). The selection number was changed to FPS 54 avoid confusion with Cabernet Sauvignon ENTAV-INRA® 15EV. The plant material for Cabernet Sauvignon FPS 12, 13, 14, 15 (now 54), 19, 20 and 21 originated from a single vine source (R3 v1) in Block 25 of a Cachapoal Valley vineyard. FPS 15/54 underwent heat treatment for 111 days after arrival at FPS and was planted in the Foundation Vineyard in 1992.

  Cabernet Sauvignon 55 Top
Registration Status Registered
Source Bordeaux, France
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments Cabernet Sauvignon 55 is one of thirteen Cabernet Sauvignon selections at Foundation Plant Services, UC Davis in the Vincent series (FPS 44, 45, 46, 48, 49, 50, 52,53, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59) . The Vincent series is from an anonymous and well-respected producer of French wine near Bordeaux, France. Each selection is from a unique source in the Bordeaux vineyard. Cabernet Sauvignon 55 is #4 in the Vincent series. The original material for this selection underwent microshoot tip tissue culture disease elimination therapy at FPS in 2006. After successfully completing testing for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program, Cabernet Sauvignon 55 was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2010. Cabernet Sauvignon 55 was tested under the 2010 Protocol and qualified for planting in the new Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard, where it was installed in 2011 as Cabernet Sauvignon 55.1.

  Cabernet Sauvignon 55.1 Top
Registration Status Registered
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Bordeaux, France
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments This selection is one of thirteen Cabernet Sauvignon selections at Foundation Plant Services, UC Davis (FPS 44, 45, 46, 48, 49, 50, 52,53, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59) in the Vincent series. The Vincent series is from an anonymous and well-respected producer of French wine near Bordeaux, France. Each selection is from a unique source in the Bordeaux vineyard. Cabernet Sauvignon 55.1 is #4 in the Vincent series. The original material for this selection underwent microshoot tip tissue culture disease elimination therapy at FPS in 2006. After successfully completing testing for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program, Cabernet Sauvignon 55 was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2010. Cabernet Sauvignon 55 was tested under the 2010 Protocol and qualified for planting in the new Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard, where it was installed in 2011 as Cabernet Sauvignon 55.1.

  Cabernet Sauvignon 56 Top
Registration Status Registered
Source Bordeaux, France
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments Cabernet Sauvignon 56 is one of thirteen Cabernet Sauvignon selections at Foundation Plant Services, UC Davis in the Vincent series (FPS 44, 45, 46, 48, 49, 50, 52,53, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59). The Vincent series is from an anonymous and well-respected producer of French wine near Bordeaux, France. Each selection is from a unique source in the Bordeaux vineyard. Cabernet Sauvignon 56 is #9 in the Vincent series. The original material for this selection underwent microshoot tip tissue culture disease elimination therapy at FPS in 2006. After successfully completing testing for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program, Cabernet Sauvignon 56 was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2010. Cabernet Sauvignon 56 was tested under the 2010 Protocol and qualified for planting in the new Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard, where it was installed in 2011 as Cabernet Sauvignon 56.1.

  Cabernet Sauvignon 56.1 Top
Registration Status Registered
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Bordeaux, France
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments Cabernet Sauvignon 56 is one of thirteen Cabernet Sauvignon selections at Foundation Plant Services, UC Davis in the Vincent series (FPS 44, 45, 46, 48, 49, 50, 52,53, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59) . The Vincent series is from an anonymous and well-respected producer of French wine near Bordeaux, France. Each selection is from a unique source in the Bordeaux vineyard. Cabernet Sauvignon 56 is #9 in the Vincent series. The original material for this selection underwent microshoot tip tissue culture disease elimination therapy at FPS in 2006. After successfully completing testing for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program, Cabernet Sauvignon 56 was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2010. Cabernet Sauvignon 56 was tested under the 2010 Protocol and qualified for planting in the new Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard, where it was installed in 2011 as Cabernet Sauvignon 56.1.

  Cabernet Sauvignon 57 Top
Registration Status Registered
Source Bordeaux, France
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments Cabernet Sauvignon FPS 57 is one of thirteen selections at Foundation Plant Services, UC Davis in the Vincent series (FPS 44, 45, 46, 48, 49, 50, 52, 53, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59). The Vincent series is from an anonymous and well-respected producer of French wine near Bordeaux, France. The original material for FPS 57 (Vincent series #11) tested positive for virus and underwent microshoot tip tissue culture disease elimination therapy. After successful completion of testing, Cabernet Sauvignon FPS 57 was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2010.

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Registration Status Registered
Source Bordeaux, France
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments Cabernet Sauvignon 58 is one of thirteen Cabernet Sauvignon selections at Foundation Plant Services, UC Davis in the Vincent series (FPS 44, 45, 46, 48, 49, 50, 52,53, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59). The Vincent series is from an anonymous and well-respected producer of French wine near Bordeaux, France. Each selection is from a unique source in the Bordeaux vineyard. Cabernet Sauvignon 58 is #12 in the Vincent series. The original material for this selection underwent microshoot tip tissue culture disease elimination therapy at FPS in 2006. After successfully completing testing for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program, Cabernet Sauvignon 56 was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2010. Cabernet Sauvignon 58 was tested under the 2010 Protocol and qualified for planting in the new Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard, where it was installed in 2011 as Cabernet Sauvignon 58.1.

  Cabernet Sauvignon 58.1 Top
Registration Status Registered
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Bordeaux, France
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments This selection is one of thirteen Cabernet Sauvignon selections at Foundation Plant Services, UC Davis in the Vincent series (FPS 44, 45, 46, 48, 49, 50, 52,53, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59). The Vincent series is from an anonymous and well-respected producer of French wine near Bordeaux, France. Each selection is from a unique source in the Bordeaux vineyard. Cabernet Sauvignon 58.1 is #12 in the Vincent series. The original material for this selection underwent microshoot tip tissue culture disease elimination therapy at FPS in 2006. After successfully completing testing for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program, Cabernet Sauvignon 58 was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2010. Cabernet Sauvignon 58 was tested under the 2010 Protocol and qualified for planting in the new Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard, where it was installed in 2011 as Cabernet Sauvignon 58.1.

  Cabernet Sauvignon 59.1 Top
Registration Status Registered
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Vincent series #13, from Bordeaux, France
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments Cabernet Sauvignon FPS 59 is one of thirteen selections at Foundation Plant Services, UC Davis in the Vincent series (FPS 44, 45, 46, 48, 49, 50, 52, 53, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59). The Vincent series is from an anonymous and well-respected producer of French wine near Bordeaux, France. The original material for FPS 59 (Vincent series #13) tested positive for virus and underwent microshoot tip tissue culture disease elimination therapy. After successful completion of testing, Cabernet Sauvignon FPS 59 was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2012. The selection qualified for the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard in 2014.

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Registration Status Provisional
Source France
Treatments None
Proprietary Proprietary- cannot be distributed without written permission from owner.
Patented / Proprietary Proprietary
Comments This proprietary selection from France is Cabernet Sauvignon Guillaume selection G1 from Pepiniere Guillaume in Charcenne, France. It was imported in 2008 and is distributed through Guillaume Grapevine Nursery and its licensees.

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Registration Status Registered
Source Fountaingrove selection B, Ridge Vineyards
Treatments Tissue culture therapy at STA Labs
Comments This selection came to Foundation Plant Services in 2007 from Ridge Vineyards in Cupertino, California. The 'Fountain Grove B' selection is from a vine in Ridge's Monte Bello Vineyard planted in 1949 in the Santa Cruz Mountains. Fountaingrove selections A (FPS 65.1 and FPS 73.1), B (FPS 62), C (FPS 70) and D (FPS 71) were chosen from individual vines in that vineyard. The tissue culture disease elimination therapy was performed at STA Laboratory.

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Registration Status Registered
Source Hermann Wiemer Vineyard, New York, via Stagecoach Vineyard in Napa, California
Treatments None
Proprietary Proprietary- cannot be distributed without written permission from owner.
Patented / Proprietary Proprietary
Comments This Cabernet Sauvignon selection is a proprietary selection that came to Foundation Plant Services in 2008 from Stagecoach Vineyard in Napa, California. The clone originated from the Hermann J. Wiemer Vineyard in the Finger Lakes region of New York State. The material qualified for the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2011. Inquiries on the purchase of plant material should be directed to Jan Krups, Stagecoach Vineyard, jan@stagecoachvineyard.com or (707) 259-1198.

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Registration Status Provisional
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Hermann J. Wiemer Vineyard, NY, via Stagecoach Vineyard in Napa, California
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Proprietary Proprietary- cannot be distributed without written permission from owner.
Patented / Proprietary Proprietary
Comments This Cabernet Sauvignon selection is a proprietary selection that came to Foundation Plant Services in 2008 from Stagecoach Vineyard in Napa, California. The clone originated from the Hermann J. Wiemer Vineyard in the Finger Lakes region of New York State. Inquiries on the purchase of plant material should be directed to Jan Krups, Stagecoach Vineyard, jan@stagecoachvineyard.com or (707) 259-1198. Cabernet Sauvignon 63, the original untreated material, was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2011. Cabernet Sauvignon 63 underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy in 2009. The new material was qualified for the Russell Ranch Foundation after successfully completing testing under the 2010 Protocol. The treated vines were planted at Russell Ranch in 2012 as Cabernet Sauvignon 63.1.

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Registration Status Registered
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Jorge Boehm, Viveiros Plansel S.A., Portugal
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments This selection was donated to the public collection at Foundation Plant Services in 2007 by Jorge Boehm, Viveiros Plansel S.A., Portugal. It is JPB clone 586. The original plant material tested positive for virus at FPS and underwent microshoot tip tissue culture disease elimination therapy in 2007. Cabernet Sauvignon FPS 64 was released from quarantine in 2012 after successful completion of disease testing. It qualified for the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard in 2014.

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Registration Status Registered
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Fountaingrove selection A, Ridge Vineyards
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy at FPS
Comments This selection came to Foundation Plant Services in 2007 from Ridge Vineyards in Cupertino, California. The 'Fountain Grove A' selection is from a vine in Ridge's Monte Bello Vineyard planted in 1949 in the Santa Cruz Mountains. There is a second Fountain Grove A selection at FPS that is selection FPS 73.1. The numbers on the Fountaingrove selections at FPS are: A (FPS 65.1 and 73.1), B (FPS 62), C (FPS 70) and D (FPS 71). they were chosen from individual vines in the Monte Bello vineyard. The microshoot tip tissue culture disease elimination therapy was performed at FPS in 2007. The selection has qualified for the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard.

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Registration Status Provisional
Source Fountaingrove selection C, Ridge Vineyards
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture at STA Labs
Comments This selection came to Foundation Plant Services in 2007 from Ridge Vineyards in Cupertino, California. The 'Fountain Grove C' selection is from a vine in Ridge's Monte Bello Vineyard planted in 1949 in the Santa Cruz Mountains. Fountaingrove selections A (FPS 65.1 and 73.1), B (FPS 62), C (FPS 70) and D (FPS 71) were chosen from individual vines in that vineyard.

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Registration Status Provisional
Source Fountaingrove selection D, Ridge Vineyards
Treatments Tissue culture therapy at STA Labs
Comments This selection came to Foundation Plant Services in 2007 from Ridge Vineyards in Cupertino, California. The 'Fountain Grove D' selection is from a vine in Ridge's Monte Bello Vineyard planted in 1949 in the Santa Cruz Mountains. Fountaingrove selections A (FPS 65.1), B (FPS 62), C (FPS 70) and D (FPS 71) were chosen from individual vines in that vineyard.

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Registration Status Provisional
Source Olney Family Vineyards, Napa, CA
Treatments None
Comments This selection was donated to the public grapevine collection at Foundation Plant Services in 2015 by David Olney of Olney Family Vineyards in Napa, California. The material is the Weimer clone of Cabernet Sauvignon. Hermann J. Weimer was a pioneer of viticulture and winemaking in the Finger Lakes region (Seneca Lake) in New York State. He had previously studied with Dr. Helmet Becker at Neustadt in Weimer's native country of Germany. Weimer established a grapevine nursery in the Finger Lakes region in 1979, from which Olney acquired the Weimer Cabernet Sauvignon clone. Olney reports that the Weimer clone grows well in the cooler southern part of the Napa Valley and produces wine that is "exceptionally dark with lively and bright fruit". www.napawineproject.com/olney-family-vineyards/. The original material of this selection successfully qualified for the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2017 as Cabernet Sauvignon 74. A treated version of this material has also qualified for the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard as Cabernet Sauvignon 74.1.

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Registration Status Provisional
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Olney Family Vineyards, Napa, CA
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments This selection was donated to the public grapevine collection at Foundation Plant Services in 2015 by David Olney of Olney Family Vineyards in Napa, California. The material is the Weimer clone of Cabernet Sauvignon. Hermann J. Weimer was a pioneer of viticulture and winemaking in the Finger Lakes region (Seneca Lake) in New York State. He had previously studied with Dr. Helmet Becker at Neustadt in Weimer's native country of Germany. Weimer established a grapevine nursery in the Finger Lakes region in 1979, from which Olney acquired the Weimer Cabernet Sauvignon clone. Olney reports that the Weimer clone grows well in the cooler southern part of the Napa Valley and produces wine that is "exceptionally dark with lively and bright fruit". www.napawineproject.com/olney-family-vineyards/. The original material of this selection successfully qualified for the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2017 as Cabernet Sauvignon 74. That original material underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy at FPS in 2015 and qualified for the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard in 2017 as Cabernet Sauvignon 74.1.

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  More information regarding selection available soon.
  Cabernet Sauvignon 86.1 Top
Registration Status Provisional
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Larkmead Heritage clone from Larkmead Vineyards, Calistoga, California
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments This selection was donated to the public grapevine collection at Foundation Plant Services in 2009 by Larkmead Vineyards in Calistoga, California. The material is the Larkmead Heritage clone of Cabernet Sauvignon which was collected from an old block at Larkmead Vineyards that is adjacent to one of Harold Olmo's old clonal blocks. Olmo established the clonal selection blocks at the vineyard on Larkmead Lane in 1939 using material collected from old vineyards throughout the state (including that from the Kunde Estate, which was released at FPS in 1965 as Cabernet Sauvignon 02). The Larkmead Heritage clone received by FPS in 2009 underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy at FPS in 2014 and qualified for the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard in 2017.

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Registration Status Registered
Source Cabernet Sauvignon ENTAV-INRA ® 169 authorized clone from ENTAV in France
Treatments None
Proprietary Proprietary- cannot be distributed without written permission from owner: ENTAV-IFV
Patented / Proprietary Proprietary
Comments The Institut Français de la Vigne et du Vin (IFV) in France is certified by the French Ministry of Agriculture and is responsible for the management and coordination of the French national clonal selection program. IFV was formerly known as ENTAV (Etablissement National Technique pour l’Amelioration de la Viticulture). IFV maintains the French national repository of accredited clones and has created an ENTAV-INRA® authorized clone trademark to identify its official clonal materials internationally. The trademark is a good indication that the clonal identity of a vine is correct. Trademarked importations come directly from official French source vines. IFV retains the exclusive rights to control the distribution and propagation of its trademarked materials, which are only available to the public from nurseries licensed by IFV (ENTAV). Cabernet Sauvignon ENTAV-INRA® 169 was imported from France to Foundation Plant Services in 1997. After successful completion of testing for the California Registration & Certification Program, this selection was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 1999.

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Registration Status Registered
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Official French clone 169 from ENTAV-INRA, France
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Proprietary Proprietary- cannot be distributed without written permission from owner: ENTAV-IFV
Patented / Proprietary Proprietary
Comments The Institut Français de la Vigne et du Vin (IFV) in France is certified by the French Ministry of Agriculture and is responsible for the management and coordination of the French national clonal selection program. IFV was formerly known as ENTAV (Etablissement National Technique pour l’Amelioration de la Viticulture). IFV maintains the French national repository of accredited clones and has created an ENTAV-INRA® authorized clone trademark to identify its official clonal materials internationally. The trademark is a good indication that the clonal identity of a vine is correct. Trademarked importations come directly from official French source vines. IFV retains the exclusive rights to control the distribution and propagation of its trademarked materials, which are only available to the public from nurseries licensed by IFV (ENTAV). Cabernet Sauvignon ENTAV-INRA® 169 was imported from France to Foundation Plant Services in 1997. After successful completion of testing for the California Registration & Certification Program, this selection was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 1999. Cabernet Sauvignon 169 underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy in 2010 and successfully completed testing under the 2010 Protocol. The selection was planted in the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard in 2012 as Cabernet Sauvignon ENTAV-INRA® 169.1.

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Registration Status Registered
Source Cabernet Sauvignon ENTAV-INRA ® 170 authorized clone from ENTAV in France
Treatments None
Proprietary Proprietary- cannot be distributed without written permission from owner: ENTAV-IFV
Patented / Proprietary Proprietary
Comments The Etablissement National Technique pour l’Amelioration de la Viticulture (ENTAV) is an official agency certified by the French Ministry of Agriculture and responsible for the management and coordination of the French national clonal selection program. ENTAV maintains the French national repository of accredited clones and has created an ENTAV-INRA® authorized clone trademark to identify its official clonal materials internationally. The trademark is a good indication that the clonal identity of a vine is correct. Trademarked importations come directly from official French source vines. ENTAV retains the exclusive rights to control the distribution and propagation of its trademarked materials, which are only available to the public from nurseries licensed by ENTAV. Cabernet Sauvignon ENTAV-INRA® 170, 338, 412 and 685 came to FPS in 2000 and first appeared on the list of registered vines in 2003 (170, 338, and 412) and 2004 (685). Clone 170 originated from the Val-de-Loire region of France.

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Registration Status Provisional
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source VCR 198, Vivai Cooperativi Rauscedo, Italy
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Proprietary Proprietary- cannot be distributed without written permission from owner: Vivai Cooperativi Rauscedo
Patented / Proprietary Proprietary
Comments This proprietary selection came to Foundation Plant Services in 2010 from Vivai Cooperativi Rauscedo, Italy. It is VCR clone 198. The original material was known for a time at FPS as Cabernet Sauvignon FPS 72. The original material underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy at FPS in 2011 and qualified for the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard, where it was planted in 2016 as Cabernet Sauvignon VCR 1981.1. The selection is distributed by Novavine Grapevine Nursery.

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Registration Status Registered
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Official French clone 337 from ENTAV-INRA
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Proprietary Proprietary- cannot be distributed without written permission from owner: ENTAV-IFV
Patented / Proprietary Proprietary
Comments This selection was sent to the United States from ENTAV-INRA (now IFV) in France and is official French clone 337. The plant material originally was sent from France to the Missouri State University quarantine facility in 1997, so it was not eligible for the California Registration & Certification Program at that time. ENTAV distributed the clone to Sunridge Nurseries, who ultimately submitted it to Foundation Plant Services in 2009 for disease testing to qualify it for the California R&C Program. The selection underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy at FPS in 2009. Clone 337 successfully completed testing to qualify for the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard in 2013.

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Registration Status Registered
Source Cabernet Sauvignon ENTAV-INRA ® 338 authorized clone from ENTAV in France
Treatments None
Proprietary Proprietary- cannot be distributed without written permission from owner: ENTAV-IFV
Patented / Proprietary Proprietary
Comments The Etablissement National Technique pour l’Amelioration de la Viticulture (ENTAV) is an official agency certified by the French Ministry of Agriculture and responsible for the management and coordination of the French national clonal selection program. ENTAV maintains the French national repository of accredited clones and has created an ENTAV-INRA® authorized clone trademark to identify its official clonal materials internationally. The trademark is a good indication that the clonal identity of a vine is correct. Trademarked importations come directly from official French source vines. ENTAV retains the exclusive rights to control the distribution and propagation of its trademarked materials, which are only available to the public from nurseries licensed by ENTAV. Cabernet Sauvignon ENTAV-INRA® 170, 338, 412 and 685 came to FPS in 2000 and first appeared on the list of registered vines in 2003 (170, 338, and 412) and 2004 (685). Clone 338 originated from the Gironde region in France. This selection also underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy at Foundation Plant Services in 2014 and qualified for the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard as Cabernet Sauvignon ENTAV-INRA® 338.1.

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Registration Status Registered
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source French clone 338, ENTAV
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Proprietary Proprietary- cannot be distributed without written permission from owner: ENTAV-IFV
Patented / Proprietary Proprietary
Comments The Etablissement National Technique pour l’Amelioration de la Viticulture (ENTAV) is an official agency certified by the French Ministry of Agriculture and responsible for the management and coordination of the French national clonal selection program. ENTAV maintains the French national repository of accredited clones and has created an ENTAV-INRA® authorized clone trademark to identify its official clonal materials internationally. The trademark is a good indication that the clonal identity of a vine is correct. Trademarked importations come directly from official French source vines. ENTAV retains the exclusive rights to control the distribution and propagation of its trademarked materials, which are only available to the public from nurseries licensed by ENTAV. Cabernet Sauvignon ENTAV-INRA® 170, 338, 412 and 685 came to FPS in 2000 and first appeared on the list of registered vines in 2003 (170, 338, and 412) and 2004 (685). Clone 338 originated from the Gironde region of Bordeaux, France. Cabernet Sauvignon 338 underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy at FPS in 2014 and qualified for the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard as Cabernet Sauvignon ENTAV-INRA® 338.1.

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Registration Status Registered
Source Cabernet Sauvignon ENTAV-INRA ® 412 Authorized clone from ENTAV in France
Treatments None
Proprietary Proprietary- cannot be distributed without written permission from owner: ENTAV-IFV
Patented / Proprietary Proprietary
Comments The Institut Français de la Vigne et du Vin (IFV) in France is certified by the French Ministry of Agriculture and is responsible for the management and coordination of the French national clonal selection program. IFV was formerly known as ENTAV (Etablissement National Technique pour l’Amelioration de la Viticulture). IFV maintains the French national repository of accredited clones and has created an ENTAV-INRA® authorized clone trademark to identify its official clonal materials internationally. The trademark is a good indication that the clonal identity of a vine is correct. Trademarked importations come directly from official French source vines. IFV retains the exclusive rights to control the distribution and propagation of its trademarked materials, which are only available to the public from nurseries licensed by IFV (ENTAV). Cabernet Sauvignon ENTAV-INRA® 170, 338, 412 and 685 came to FPS in 2000 and first appeared on the list of registered vines in 2003 (170, 338, and 412) and 2004 (685). Clone 412 originated from the Gironde region of Bordeaux in France. This clone has also qualified for the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard as Cabernet Sauvignon ENTAV-INRA® 412.1.

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Registration Status Registered
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Official French clone 412 from ENTAV-INRA, France
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Proprietary Proprietary- cannot be distributed without written permission from owner: ENTAV-IFV
Patented / Proprietary Proprietary
Comments The Institut Français de la Vigne et du Vin (IFV) in France is certified by the French Ministry of Agriculture and is responsible for the management and coordination of the French national clonal selection program. IFV was formerly known as ENTAV (Etablissement National Technique pour l’Amelioration de la Viticulture). IFV maintains the French national repository of accredited clones and has created an ENTAV-INRA® authorized clone trademark to identify its official clonal materials internationally. The trademark is a good indication that the clonal identity of a vine is correct. Trademarked importations come directly from official French source vines. IFV retains the exclusive rights to control the distribution and propagation of its trademarked materials, which are only available to the public from nurseries licensed by IFV (ENTAV). Cabernet Sauvignon ENTAV-INRA® 170, 338, 412 and 685 came to FPS in 2000 and first appeared on the list of registered vines in 2003 (170, 338, and 412) and 2004 (685). Clone 412 originated from the Gironde region in Bordeaux, France. In 2010, Cabernet Sauvignon 412 underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy at FPS and successfully completed testing to qualify for the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard, where it was planted in 2012 as Cabernet Sauvignon 412.1.

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Registration Status Registered
Source Authorized French clone Cabernet Sauvignon 685, from ENTAV in France
Treatments None
Proprietary Proprietary- cannot be distributed without written permission from owner: ENTAV-IFV
Patented / Proprietary Proprietary
Comments The Institut Français de la Vigne et du Vin (IFV) in France is certified by the French Ministry of Agriculture and is responsible for the management and coordination of the French national clonal selection program. IFV was formerly known as ENTAV (Etablissement National Technique pour l’Amelioration de la Viticulture). IFV maintains the French national repository of accredited clones and has created an ENTAV-INRA® authorized clone trademark to identify its official clonal materials internationally. The trademark is a good indication that the clonal identity of a vine is correct. Trademarked importations come directly from official French source vines. IFV retains the exclusive rights to control the distribution and propagation of its trademarked materials, which are only available to the public from nurseries licensed by IFV (ENTAV). Cabernet Sauvignon ENTAV-INRA® 170, 338, 412 and 685 came to FPS in 2000 and first appeared on the list of registered vines in 2003 (170, 338, and 412) and 2004 (685). Cabernet Sauvignon clone 685 originated from the South-West region of France. This selection has also qualified for the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard - see entry for Cabernet Sauvignon ENTAV-INRA® 685.1.

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Registration Status Registered
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Official French clone 685 from ENTAV-INRA, France
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Proprietary Proprietary- cannot be distributed without written permission from owner: ENTAV-IFV
Patented / Proprietary Proprietary
Comments The Institut Français de la Vigne et du Vin (IFV) in France is certified by the French Ministry of Agriculture and is responsible for the management and coordination of the French national clonal selection program. IFV was formerly known as ENTAV (Etablissement National Technique pour l’Amelioration de la Viticulture). IFV maintains the French national repository of accredited clones and has created an ENTAV-INRA® authorized clone trademark to identify its official clonal materials internationally. The trademark is a good indication that the clonal identity of a vine is correct. Trademarked importations come directly from official French source vines. IFV retains the exclusive rights to control the distribution and propagation of its trademarked materials, which are only available to the public from nurseries licensed by IFV (ENTAV). Cabernet Sauvignon ENTAV-INRA® 170, 338, 412 and 685 came to FPS in 2000 and first appeared on the list of registered vines in 2003 (170, 338, and 412) and 2004 (685). Cabernet Sauvignon clone 685 originated from the South-West region of France. The original material underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy at FPS in 2010 and qualified for the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard where it was planted in 2012 as Cabernet Sauvignon 685.1.

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Registration Status Registered
Source French clone 1124 from ENTAV-INRA
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture
Proprietary Proprietary- cannot be distributed without written permission from owner: ENTAV-IFV
Patented / Proprietary Proprietary
Comments This selection was imported to Foundation Plant Services in 2011 and is official French clone 1124 from ENTAV-INRA. Clone 1124 was created in France from clone 191 using microshoot tip tissue culture therapy. The therapy was performed to rid clone 191 of leafroll virus 2. The Extension Service of the Agricultural Chamber of Bordeaux reports that clone 1124 is more vigorous than 191 and provides full colored wines with very good ageing aptitudes.

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Registration Status Registered
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Official French clone 1124 from ENTAV-INRA
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Proprietary Proprietary- cannot be distributed without written permission from owner: ENTAV-IFV
Patented / Proprietary Proprietary
Comments This selection was imported to Foundation Plant Services in 2011 and is official French clone 1124 from ENTAV-INRA. Clone 1124 was created in France from clone 191 using microshoot tip tissue culture therapy. The therapy was performed to rid clone 191 of leafroll virus 2. The original plant material for clone 1124 underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy again at FPS in 2012 in order to qualify the selection for the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard. The Extension Service of the Agricultural Chamber of Bordeaux reports that clone 1124 is more vigorous than 191 and provides full colored wines with very good ageing aptitudes.

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Registration Status Registered
Source Authorized French clone Cabernet Sauvignon 1125, from IFV (ENTAV), France
Treatments None
Proprietary Proprietary- cannot be distributed without written permission from owner: ENTAV-IFV
Patented / Proprietary Proprietary
Comments This authorized French clonal material came to Foundation Plant Services in 2012. It is a proprietary ENTAV-INRA clone, Cabernet Sauvignon 1125, which originated from the Bordeaux region of France and was registered there in 2009. The original material successfully completed testing to qualify for the California Registration and Certification Program in 2014. This selection has also qualified for the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard - see entry for Cabernet Sauvignon ENTAV-INRA® 1125.1.

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Registration Status Registered
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source French clone 1125, ENTAV
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Proprietary Proprietary- cannot be distributed without written permission from owner: ENTAV-IFV
Patented / Proprietary Proprietary
Comments This authorized French clonal material came to Foundation Plant Services in 2012. It is a proprietary ENTAV-INRA clone, Cabernet Sauvignon 1125, which originated in the Bordeaux region of France. The original material successfully completed testing to qualify for the California Registration & Certification Program in 2014. The original material underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy at FPS in 2013 in order to qualify for the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard, where it was planted in 2016 as Cabernet Sauvignon ENTAV-INRA® 1125.1.