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Grape Variety: Chardonnay

Variety Name Chardonnay
TTB Approved Name(s) Chardonnay
All Synonyms Arboisier, Arnaison Blanc, Arnoison, Aubaine, Auvergnat Blanc, Auvernas Blanc, Auvernat Blanc, Auxerrois Blanc, Auxois Blanc, Bargeois Blanc, Beaunois, Blanc de Champagne, Breisgauer Sussling, Burgundi Feher, Chablis, Chardennet, Chatey Petit, Chaudenet, Claevner, Clevner Weiss, Epinette Blanche, Epinette de Champagne, Ericey Blanc, Feher Chardonnay, Feherburgundi, Feinburgunder, Gamay Blanc, Gelber Weissburgunder, Gentil Blanc, Grosse Bourgogne, Klawner, Klevanjka Biela, Lisant, Luisant, Luizannais, Luizant, Luzannois, Maconnais, Maurillon Blanc, Melon Blanc, Melon d'Arbois, Moreau Blanc, Morillon, Morillon Blanc, Moulon, Noirien Blanc, Petit Chatey, Petit Sainte-Marie, Pino Shardone, Pinot Blanc a Cramant, Pinot Blanc Chardonnay, Pinot Chardonnay, Plant de Tonnerre, Romere, Romeret, Rouci Bile, Rousseau, Roussot, Rulander Weiss, Sainte Marie Petite, Sardone, Shardone, Weiss Silber, Weissburgunder, Weissedler
Countries of Origin France
Species Vitis vinifera
Pedigree Pinot noir x Gouais blanc
References
Berry Color White
Uses Wine
Comments Chardonnay has been successfully grown in various climates and soils and adapts to different wine-making styles. For a complete history of the Chardonnay grape in California and a description of clonal material in that state, see the FPS 2007 Grape Program Newsletter at http://fps.ucdavis.edu, at Publications - Grape.

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Chardonnay Selections available from FPS

  Chardonnay 04
Registration Status Registered
Source Martini vineyard in Carneros
Treatments Heat treated 90 days
Comments Chardonnay FPS 04 (formerly Olmo #66) and FPS 05 (formerly Olmo #69) were two of the selections brought to FPS in 1964 by Dr. Harold Olmo (UC Davis) from clonal trials at Louis Martini's vineyard in Carneros. Martini obtained the material from the McCreas' Stony Hill vineyard in Napa; the source of the McCrea Chardonnay was the Wente vineyard in Livermore, California. Selections 04 and 05 were first registered in the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program in 1969. Together they were known as 'clone 108' in the 1960's. The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

  Chardonnay 04.1
Registration Status Registered
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Martini vineyard in Carneros
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments Chardonnay FPS 04 (formerly Olmo #66) and FPS 05 (formerly Olmo #69) were brought to Foundation Plant Services in 1964 by Dr. Harold Olmo (former Professor, Department of Viticulture & Enology, UC Davis) after selection performed in the Martini Carneros vineyards. Both Chardonnay 04 and 05 were first registered in the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program in 1969. Together they were known as 'clone 108' in the 1960's. Chardonnay 04 underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy in 2009 in order to qualify it for planting in the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard. The treated material successfully completed testing to qualify it for planting in the Russell Ranch Vineyard in 2013, where it will be planted as Chardonnay 04.1. More detail on this history of this selection is available below. The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

  Chardonnay 05
Registration Status Registered
Source Martini vineyard in Carneros
Treatments Heat treated 90 days
Comments Chardonnay FPS 04 (formerly Olmo #66) and FPS 05 (formerly Olmo #69) were brought to FPS in 1964 by Dr. Harold Olmo after selection performed in the Martini Carneros vineyards. Both Chardonnay 04 and 05 were first registered in the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program in 1969. Together they were known as 'clone 108' in the 1960's. Chardonnay 05 underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy in order to qualify it for planting in the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard. The treated material successfully completed testing to qualify it for planting in the Russell Ranch Vineyard in 2013, where it will be planted as Chardonnay 05.1. More detail on this history of this selection is available below. The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

  Chardonnay 05.1
Registration Status Registered
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Martini vineyard in Carneros
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture
Comments Chardonnay FPS 04 (formerly Olmo #66) and FPS 05 (formerly Olmo #69) were brought to Foundation Plant Services in 1964 by Dr. Harold Olmo (former Professor, Department of Viticulture & Enology, UC Davis) after selection performed in the Martini Carneros vineyards. Both Chardonnay 04 and 05 were first registered in the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program in 1969. Together they were known as 'clone 108' in the 1960's. Chardonnay 05 underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy in 2011 in order to qualify it for planting in the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard. The treated material successfully completed testing to qualify it for planting in the Russell Ranch Vineyard in 2013, where it will be planted as Chardonnay 05.1. More detail on this history of this selection is available below. The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

  Chardonnay 06 Top
Registration Status Registered
Source Martini vineyard in Carneros, arrived at FPS in 1964
Treatments Heat treated 164-2 days
Comments Chardonnay FPS 06 and FPS 08 (both formerly Olmo #68) were taken from the same vine at the Martini vineyards but were given different FPS selection numbers because they underwent heat treatment for different lengths of time (06-164-2 days and 08-114-3 days). FPS 06 was the highest yielding selection (over 4 tons/ acre) of the Stanly Lane vines which were subjected to field trials by Dr. Olmo in the late 1950s. FPS 06 first appeared on the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program list in 1973. More detail on the history of this selection is available below. The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

  Chardonnay 08 Top
Registration Status Registered
Source Martini vineyard in Carneros, arrived at FPS in 1964
Treatments Heat treated 114-3 days
Comments Chardonnay FPS 06 and FPS 08 (both formerly Olmo #68) were taken from the same vine at the Martini vineyards but were given different FPS selection numbers because they underwent heat treatment for different lengths of time (06-164-2 days and 08-114-3 days). FPS 08 first appeared on the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program list in 1973. The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

  Chardonnay 09 Top
Registration Status Registered
Source Chardonnay FPS 08 in the late 1960's
Treatments Heat treatment 102 days
Comments Chardonnay FPS 09, FPS 10, FPS 11, FPS 12 and FPS 13 were all propagated from FPS 08 in the late 1960s. FPS 09 first appeared on the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program list in 1973. The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

  Chardonnay 10 Top
Registration Status Registered
Source Chardonnay FPS 08 in the late 1960's
Treatments Heat treatment 102 days
Comments Chardonnay FPS 09, FPS 10, FPS 11, FPS 12 and FPS 13 were all propagated from FPS 08 in the late 1960s. FPS 10 first appeared on the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program list in 1973. The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

  Chardonnay 11 Top
Registration Status Registered
Source Chardonnay FPS 08 in the late 1960's
Treatments Heat treatment 116 days
Comments Chardonnay FPS 09, FPS 10, FPS 11, FPS 12 and FPS 13 were all propagated from FPS 08 in the late 1960s. FPS 11 first appeared on the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program list in 1973. The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

  Chardonnay 12 Top
Registration Status Registered
Source Chardonnay FPS 08 in the late 1960's
Treatments Heat treatment 116-2 days
Comments Chardonnay FPS 09, FPS 10, FPS 11, FPS 12 and FPS 13 were all propagated from FPS 08 in the late 1960s. FPS 12 first appeared on the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program list in 1973. The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

  Chardonnay 13 Top
Registration Status Registered
Source Chardonnay FPS 08 in the late 1960's
Treatments Heat treatment 144 days
Comments Chardonnay FPS 09, FPS 10, FPS 11, FPS 12 and FPS 13 were all propagated from FPS 08 in the late 1960s. FPS 13 first appeared on the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program list in 1973. The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

  Chardonnay 15 Top
Registration Status Registered
Source Prosser clone, Prosser, Washington
Treatments Heat treated 173 days
Comments The plant material that became Chardonnay 15 was sent to UC Davis in 1969 by Dr. Walter Clore, of the Irrigated Agriculture Research and Extension Station (IARES) in Prosser, Washington. In the past this selection has been known in the state of Washington as "the Prosser clone". FPS 15 was from row 2 vine 6 of the Low section variety block at Prosser. Chardonnay FPS 15 was registered in the California Grapevine Registration & Certification program in 1974. Chardonnay 15 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 will be planted at Russell Ranch as Chardonnay FPS 15.1. The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

  Chardonnay 15.1 Top
Registration Status Registered
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Prosser clone, Prosser, Washington
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy; heat treatment 173 days
Comments The plant material that became Chardonnay 15 was sent to UC Davis in 1969 by Dr. Walter Clore, of the Irrigated Agriculture Research and Extension Station (IARES) in Prosser, Washington. In the past this selection has been known in the state of Washington as "the Prosser clone". FPS 15 was from row 2 vine 6 of the Low section variety block at Prosser. Chardonnay FPS 15 was registered in the California Grapevine Registration & Certification program in 1974. Chardonnay 15 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 will be planted at Russell Ranch as Chardonnay FPS 15.1. The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

  Chardonnay 17 (proprietary) Top
Registration Status Registered
Source Robert Young vineyard, Alexander Valley
Treatments Heat treatment 62 days
Proprietary Proprietary- cannot be distributed without written permission from owner.
Patented / Proprietary Proprietary
Comments Chardonnay 17 came to Foundation Plant Services in 1982 from the Robert Young Vineyard in Alexander Valley. Its original source vines have often been referred to as "the Robert Young clone", which was planted with budwood brought from the Wente vineyard in Livermore in the 1960's. FPS 17 first appeared on the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program list in 1987. The selection is a proprietary one to Robert Young Vineyards. Chardonnay 17 underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy in 2011 in order to qualify it for the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard. The treated material successfully completed testing in 2013 and will be planted at Russell Ranch as Chardonnay 17.1. The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

  Chardonnay 17.1 (proprietary) Top
Registration Status Provisional
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Robert Young Vineyards, Alexander Valley
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy; heat treatment 62 days
Proprietary Proprietary- cannot be distributed without written permission from owner.
Patented / Proprietary Proprietary
Comments Chardonnay 17 came to Foundation Plant Services in 1982 from the Robert Young Vineyard in Alexander Valley. Its original source vines have often been referred to as "the Robert Young clone", which was planted with budwood brought from the Wente vineyard in Livermore in the 1960's. FPS 17 first appeared on the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program list in 1987. The selection is a proprietary one to Robert Young Vineyards. Chardonnay 17 underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy in 2011 in order to qualify it for the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard. The treated material successfully completed testing in 2013 and will be planted at Russell Ranch as Chardonnay 17.1. The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

  Chardonnay 18 Top
Registration Status Registered
Source Rauscedo 8 clone, Italy
Treatments None
Comments Chardonnay FPS 18 came to Foundation Plant Services in 1983 with the designation of Rauscedo 8 and is now in the public collection. Literature from Rauscedo indicates that Rauscedo 8 was originally selected in San Michele all'Adige in the 1970's. That selection did not undergo any treatment at FPS and first appeared in the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program in 1987. FPS 18 was included in some of the clonal trials in California. In Monterey County, it produced moderate yields on clusters of moderate weight. (Bettiga, 2002). In Fresno, selection 18 was in the higher yielding group (22.6 kg/vine) but in the intermediate group for clusters per vine, cluster weight, berries per cluster, and berry weight. It exhibited a high incidence of sour rot. (Fidelibus et.al., 2006). In Sonoma County, FPS 18 produced high yield and early sugar accumulation but did not score highly in the still wine tasting category. (Heald and Heald, 1999). This clone is used successfully in Italy as a base for sparkling wine. The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

  Chardonnay 20 Top
Registration Status Registered
Source Conegliano 6, Italy
Treatments None
Comments Four Chardonnay selections were received by Foundation Plant Services from Conegliano, Italy, in 1984. The selections were labeled Congeliano 6, 7, 10, and 11 and became Chardonnay FPS 20, 21, 22, and 23, respectively. All four tested negative for virus and were not treated. They appeared for the first time in the California Registration & Certification Program in 1990.

The FPS Conegliano clones appeared in some of the clonal trials in California. Larry Bettiga put FPS 20, 22, and 23 in the Pacific Vineyard trial in Greenfield. FPS 22 and 23 had lower yields attributed to erratic fruit set resulting in lower berry weights and numbers of berries per cluster plus had shot berries. FPS 20 had larger berries, moderate yields, and lower °Brix than the other selections. (Bettiga, 2002). FPS 20 performed in the same relative fashion in the Fresno trial. (Fidelibus et.al, 2006). FPS 22 showed high vigor but scored in tier 1 in the wine portion of the Chalk Hill trial in Sonoma. (Heald and Heald, 1999).

The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

  Chardonnay 21 Top
Registration Status Registered
Source Conegliano 7 clone, Italy
Treatments None
Comments Four Chardonnay selections were received by Foundation Plant Services from Conegliano, Italy, in 1984. The selections were labeled Congeliano 6, 7, 10, and 11 and became Chardonnay FPS 20, 21, 22, and 23, respectively. All four tested negative for virus and were not treated. They appeared for the first time in the California Registration & Certification Program in 1990.

The FPS Conegliano clones appeared in some of the clonal trials in California. Larry Bettiga put FPS 20, 22, and 23 in the Pacific Vineyard trial in Greenfield. FPS 22 and 23 had lower yields attributed to erratic fruit set resulting in lower berry weights and numbers of berries per cluster plus had shot berries. FPS 20 had larger berries, moderate yields, and lower °Brix than the other selections. (Bettiga, 2002). FPS 20 performed in the same relative fashion in the Fresno trial. (Fidelibus et.al, 2006). FPS 22 showed high vigor but scored in tier 1 in the wine portion of the Chalk Hill trial in Sonoma. (Heald and Heald, 1999).

The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

  Chardonnay 22 Top
Registration Status Registered
Source Conegliano 10 clone, Italy
Treatments None
Comments Four Chardonnay selections were received by Foundation Plant Services from Conegliano, Italy, in 1984. The selections were labeled Congeliano 6, 7, 10, and 11 and became Chardonnay FPS 20, 21, 22, and 23, respectively. All four tested negative for virus and were not treated. They appeared for the first time in the California Registration & Certification Program in 1990.

The FPS Conegliano clones appeared in some of the clonal trials in California. Larry Bettiga put FPS 20, 22, and 23 in the Pacific Vineyard trial in Greenfield. FPS 22 and 23 had lower yields attributed to erratic fruit set resulting in lower berry weights and numbers of berries per cluster plus had shot berries. FPS 20 had larger berries, moderate yields, and lower °Brix than the other selections. (Bettiga, 2002). FPS 20 performed in the same relative fashion in the Fresno trial. (Fidelibus et.al, 2006). FPS 22 showed high vigor but scored in tier 1 in the wine portion of the Chalk Hill trial in Sonoma. (Heald and Heald, 1999).

The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

  Chardonnay 23 Top
Registration Status Registered
Source Conegliano 11 clone, Italy
Treatments None
Comments Four Chardonnay selections were received by Foundation Plant Services from Conegliano, Italy, in 1984. The selections were labeled Congeliano 6, 7, 10, and 11 and became Chardonnay FPS 20, 21, 22, and 23, respectively. All four tested negative for virus and were not treated. They appeared for the first time in the California Registration & Certification Program in 1990.

The FPS Conegliano clones appeared in some of the clonal trials in California. Larry Bettiga put FPS 20, 22, and 23 in the Pacific Vineyard trial in Greenfield. FPS 22 and 23 had lower yields attributed to erratic fruit set resulting in lower berry weights and numbers of berries per cluster plus had shot berries. FPS 20 had larger berries, moderate yields, and lower °Brix than the other selections. (Bettiga, 2002). FPS 20 performed in the same relative fashion in the Fresno trial. (Fidelibus et.al, 2006). FPS 22 showed high vigor but scored in tier 1 in the wine portion of the Chalk Hill trial in Sonoma. (Heald and Heald, 1999).

The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

  Chardonnay 25 (proprietary) Top
Registration Status Registered
Source Geisenheim selection #1-12, Geisenheim, Germany
Treatments None
Proprietary Proprietary- cannot be distributed without written permission from owner: Geisenheim University
Patented / Proprietary Proprietary
Comments This proprietary selection came to Foundation Plant Services in 1984 from the Geisenheim Research Institute with the designation "Geisenheim selection #1-12". The selection first appeared on the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program list in 1990.

  Chardonnay 25.1 (proprietary) Top
Registration Status Provisional
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Geisenheim selection #1-12, Geisenheim, Germany
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Proprietary Proprietary- cannot be distributed without written permission from owner: Geisenheim University
Patented / Proprietary Proprietary
Comments This proprietary selection came to Foundation Plant Services in 1984 from the Geisenheim Research Institute with the designation 'Geisenheim selection #1-12'. Chardonnay FPS 25 first appeared in the California Registration & Certification Program in 1990. The original material underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy at FPS in 2013 and qualified for the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard in 2015.

  Chardonnay 27 Top
Registration Status Registered
Source Matanzas Creek Mt. Eden clone 1
Treatments Heat treated 61-2 days
Comments Chardonnay FPS 27 was donated to the FPS public collection by Matanzas Creek Winery in 1984. FPS 27 was designated "Matanzas Creek Mt. Eden Vineyard clone 1". It first appeared on the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program list in 1992. The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

  Chardonnay 28 Top
Registration Status Registered
Source Matanzas Creek Mt. Eden clone 2
Treatments Heat treated 61-1 days
Comments Chardonnay FPS 28 was donated to the Foundation Plant Services public grapevine collection by Matanzas Creek Winery in 1984. FPS 28 was designated "Matanzas Creek Mt. Eden Vineyard clone 2". After successful completion of testing, Chardonnay 28 first appeared on the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program list in 1994. Chardonnay 28 underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy in 2011 in order 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 Chardonnay 28.1. The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

  Chardonnay 28.1 Top
Registration Status Registered
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Matanzas Creek Mt. Eden clone 2
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy; heat treatment 61 days
Comments Chardonnay FPS 28 was donated to the Foundation Plant Services public grapevine collection in 1984 by Matanzas Creek Winery. FPS 28 was designated "Matanzas Creek Mt. Eden Vineyard clone 2". After successful completion of testing, Chardonnay 28 first appeared on the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program list in 1994. Chardonnay 28 underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy in 2011 in order 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 Chardonnay 28.1. The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

  Chardonnay 37 Top
Registration Status Registered
Source Reported to be French clone 95, Champagne Perrier-Jouet, France
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture
Comments Domaine Mumm contracted with Foundation Plant Services to import five Chardonnay clones from Champagne Perrier-Jouet, France, in 1988 for the Domaine Mumm vineyards and the FPS public collection. None of the importations was a duplicate of other registered FPS selections. This contract was entered prior to the time of the ENTAV-INRA® trademark program, so the clones are generic clones and contain the references “reported to be French”. The imported clones with the FPS selection number in parentheses behind the reported French clone number are French 75 (FPS 43 and 46), French 95 (FPS 37 and 38), French 116 (FPS 83), French 117 (FPS 81) and French 125 (FPS 40). All of the selections underwent microshoot tip tissue culture treatment for virus elimination and first appeared registered in the California Grapevine Registration & Certification program in 1997 (FPS 37, 38 and 46), 1998 (FPS 43), 1999 (FPS 40) and 2002 (FPS 81 and 83). The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

  Chardonnay 37.1 Top
Registration Status Registered
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Reported to be French clone 95; Champagne Perrier Jouet, France
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments Domaine Mumm contracted with Foundation Plant Services to import five Chardonnay clones from Champagne Perrier-Jouet, France, in 1988 for the Domaine Mumm vineyards and the FPS public collection. None of the importations was a duplicate of other registered FPS selections. This contract was entered prior to the time of the ENTAV-INRA® trademark program, so the clones are generic clones and contain the references “reported to be French”. The imported clones with the FPS selection number in parentheses behind the reported French clone number are French 75 (FPS 43 and 46), French 95 (FPS 37 and 38), French 116 (FPS 83), French 117 (FPS 81) and French 125 (FPS 40). All of the selections underwent microshoot tip tissue culture treatment for virus elimination and first appeared registered in the California Grapevine Registration & Certification program in 1997 (FPS 37, 38 and 46), 1998 (FPS 43), 1999 (FPS 40) and 2002 (FPS 81 and 83). FPS 37 qualified for the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard in 2014, where it will be planted as Chardonnay 37.1. The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

  Chardonnay 38 Top
Registration Status Registered
Source Reported to be French clone 95, Champagne Perrier-Jouet, France
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture
Comments Domaine Mumm contracted with Foundation Plant Services to import five Chardonnay clones from Champagne Perrier-Jouet, France, in 1988 for the Domaine Mumm vineyards and the FPS public collection. None of the importations was a duplicate of other registered FPS selections. This contract was entered prior to the time of the ENTAV-INRA® trademark program, so the clones are generic clones and contain the references “reported to be French”. The imported clones with the FPS selection number in parentheses behind the reported French clone number are French 75 (FPS 43 and 46), French 95 (FPS 37 and 38), French 116 (FPS 83), French 117 (FPS 81) and French 125 (FPS 40). Chardonnay 38 underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy before 1989. After successful completion of testing for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program, Chardonnay 38 was planted in FPS' Classic Foundation Vineyard in 1995. The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

  Chardonnay 38.1 Top
Registration Status Registered
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Reported to be French clone 95, Champagne Perrier-Jouet, France
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments Domaine Mumm contracted with Foundation Plant Services to import five Chardonnay clones from Champagne Perrier-Jouet, France, in 1988 for the Domaine Mumm vineyards and the FPS public collection. None of the importations was a duplicate of other registered FPS selections. This contract was entered prior to the time of the ENTAV-INRA® trademark program, so the clones are generic clones and contain the references “reported to be French”. Chardonnay 38 underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy at FPS before 1989. After successful completion of testing for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program, Chardonnay 38 was planted in FPS' Classic Foundation Vineyard in 1995. Chardonnay 38 successfully completed testing under the 2010 Protocol in 2012, when the selection was planted in the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard as Chardonnay 38.1. The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

  Chardonnay 39 Top
Registration Status Registered
Source Reported to be French clone 78, Dijon, France, via Oregon State University
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture
Comments In the mid-1980's, Oregon State University imported some Burgundian clonal material through the Office National Interprofessionnel des Vins (ONIVINS) in Dijon, France. OSU agreed to supply Foundation Plant Services with copies of those clones. The Oregon State importation preceded the establishment of the ENTAV-INRA™ program for official French clones, and therefore these are considered ‘generic’ French clones the authenticity of which FPS cannot guarantee. Chardonnay 39 (reported to be French clone 78) arrived at FPS in 1988. The original material underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy before 1989. After successful completion of testing for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program, Chardonnay 39 was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 1995. The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

  Chardonnay 39.1 Top
Registration Status Registered
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Reported to be French clone 78, Dijon, France, via Oregon State University
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments In the mid-1980's, Oregon State University imported some Burgundian clonal material through the Office National Interprofessionnel des Vins (ONIVINS) in Dijon, France. OSU agreed to supply Foundation Plant Services with copies of those clones. The Oregon State importation preceded the establishment of the ENTAV-INRA™ program for official French clones, and therefore these are considered ‘generic’ French clones the authenticity of which FPS cannot guarantee. Chardonnay 39 (reported to be French clone 78) arrived at FPS in 1988. The original material underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy before 1989. After successful completion of testing for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program, Chardonnay 39 was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 1995. Chardonnay 39 successfully completed testing under the 2010 Protocol in 2012, after which the selection was planted in the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard as Chardonnay 39.1. The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

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Registration Status Registered
Source Reported to be French clone 125, Champagne Perrier-Jouet, France
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture
Comments Domaine Mumm contracted with Foundation Plant Services to import five Chardonnay clones from Champagne Perrier-Jouet, France, in 1988 for the Domaine Mumm vineyards and the FPS public collection. None of the importations was a duplicate of other registered FPS selections. This contract was entered prior to the time of the ENTAV-INRA® trademark program, so the clones are generic clones and contain the references “reported to be French”. The imported clones with the FPS selection number in parentheses behind the reported French clone number are French 75 (FPS 43 and 46), French 95 (FPS 37 and 38), French 116 (FPS 83), French 117 (FPS 81) and French 125 (FPS 40). All of the selections underwent microshoot tip tissue culture treatment for virus elimination and first appeared registered in the California Grapevine Registration & Certification program in 1997 (FPS 37, 38 and 46), 1998 (FPS 43), 1999 (FPS 40) and 2002 (FPS 81 and 83). The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

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Registration Status Registered
Source Reported to be French clone 352, l'Espiguette, France, via Oregon State University
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture
Comments In the mid-1980's, Oregon State University imported some Burgundian clonal material through the Office National Interprofessionnel des Vins (ONIVINS) in Dijon, France. OSU agreed to supply Foundation Plant Services with copies of those clones. The Oregon State importation preceded the establishment of the ENTAV-INRA™ program for official French clones, and therefore these are considered ‘generic’ French clones the authenticity of which FPS cannot guarantee. FPS 41 (reported to be French clone 352) arrived at FPS in 1987 and first appeared on the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program list in 1997.

  Chardonnay 41.1 Top
Registration Status Provisional
Source Reported to be French clone 352, l'Espiguette, France, via Oregon State University
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments In the mid-1980's, Oregon State University imported some Burgundian clonal material through the Office National Interprofessionnel des Vins (ONIVINS) in Dijon, France. OSU agreed to supply Foundation Plant Services with copies of those clones. The Oregon State importation preceded the establishment of the ENTAV-INRA™ program for official French clones, and therefore these are considered ‘generic’ French clones the authenticity of which FPS cannot guarantee. FPS 41 (reported to be French clone 352) arrived at FPS in 1987 and first appeared on the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program list in 1997. Chardonnay 41 underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy in 2016 and qualified for the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard in 2018 as Chardonnay 40.1.

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Registration Status Registered
Source Reported to be French clone 277, Dijon, France, via Oregon State University
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture
Comments In the mid-1980's, Oregon State University imported some Burgundian clonal material through the Office National Interprofessionnel des Vins (ONIVINS) in Dijon, France. OSU agreed to supply Foundation Plant Services with copies of those clones. The Oregon State importation preceded the establishment of the ENTAV-INRA™ program for official French clones, and therefore these are considered ‘generic’ French clones the authenticity of which FPS cannot guarantee. FPS 42 (reported to be French clone 277) arrived at FPS in 1988 and first appeared on the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program list in 1997. Chardonnay FPS 49 and FPS 51 are also reported to be French clone 277. The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

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Registration Status Registered
Source Reported to be French clone 75, Champagne Perrier-Jouet, France
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture
Comments Domaine Mumm contracted with Foundation Plant Services to import five Chardonnay clones from Champagne Perrier-Jouet, France, in 1988 for the Domaine Mumm vineyards and the FPS public collection. None of the importations was a duplicate of other registered FPS selections. This contract was entered prior to the time of the ENTAV-INRA® trademark program, so the clones are generic clones and contain the references “reported to be French”. The imported clones with the FPS selection number in parentheses behind the reported French clone number are French 75 (FPS 43 and 46), French 95 (FPS 37 and 38), French 116 (FPS 83), French 117 (FPS 81) and French 125 (FPS 40). All of the selections underwent microshoot tip tissue culture treatment for virus elimination and first appeared registered in the California Grapevine Registration & Certification program in 1997 (FPS 37, 38 and 46), 1998 (FPS 43), 1999 (FPS 40) and 2002 (FPS 81 and 83). The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

  Chardonnay 44 Top
Registration Status Registered
Source Reported to be French clone 77, Dijon, France, via Oregon State University
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture
Comments In the mid-1980's, Oregon State University imported some Burgundian clonal material through the Office National Interprofessionnel des Vins (ONIVINS) in Dijon, France. OSU agreed to supply Foundation Plant Services with copies of those clones. The Oregon State importation preceded the establishment of the ENTAV-INRA™ program for official French clones, and therefore these are considered ‘generic’ French clones the authenticity of which FPS cannot guarantee. FPS 44 (reported to be French clone 77) arrived at FPS in 1988 and first appeared on the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program list in 1998. Chardonnay FPS 45 is also reported to be French clone 77. The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

  Chardonnay 45 Top
Registration Status Registered
Source Reported to be French clone 77, Dijon, France, via Oregon State University
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments In the mid-1980's, Oregon State University imported some Burgundian clonal material through the Office National Interprofessionnel des Vins (ONIVINS) in Dijon, France. OSU agreed to supply Foundation Plant Services with copies of those clones. The Oregon State importation preceded the establishment of the ENTAV-INRA™ program for official French clones, and therefore these are considered ‘generic’ French clones the authenticity of which FPS cannot guarantee. FPS 45 (reported to be French clone 77) arrived at FPS in 1988 and first appeared on the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program list in 1997. Chardonnay FPS 44 is also reported to be French clone 77. The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

  Chardonnay 45.1 Top
Registration Status Registered
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Reported to be French clone 77; Dijon, France via Oregon State University
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments In the mid-1980's, Oregon State University imported some Burgundian clonal material through the Office National Interprofessionnel des Vins (ONIVINS) in Dijon, France. OSU agreed to supply Foundation Plant Services with copies of those clones. The Oregon State importation preceded the establishment of the ENTAV-INRA™ program for official French clones, and therefore these are considered ‘generic’ French clones the authenticity of which FPS cannot guarantee. FPS 45 (reported to be French clone 77) arrived at FPS in 1988 and first appeared on the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program list in 1997. Chardonnay FPS 44 is also reported to be French clone 77. Chardonnay 45 underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy at FPS in 2012 and successfully completed testing to qualify for the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard, where it will be planted as Chardonnay 45.1 in 2014. The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

  Chardonnay 46 Top
Registration Status Registered
Source Reported to be French clone 75, Champagne Perrier-Jouet, France
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture
Comments Domaine Mumm contracted with Foundation Plant Services to import five Chardonnay clones from Champagne Perrier-Jouet, France, in 1988 for the Domaine Mumm vineyards and the FPS public collection. None of the importations was a duplicate of other registered FPS selections. This contract was entered prior to the time of the ENTAV-INRA® trademark program, so the clones are generic clones and contain the references “reported to be French”. The imported clones with the FPS selection number in parentheses behind the reported French clone number are French 75 (FPS 43 and 46), French 95 (FPS 37 and 38), French 116 (FPS 83), French 117 (FPS 81) and French 125 (FPS 40). All of the selections underwent microshoot tip tissue culture treatment for virus elimination and first appeared registered in the California Grapevine Registration & Certification program in 1997 (FPS 37, 38 and 46), 1998 (FPS 43), 1999 (FPS 40) and 2002 (FPS 81 and 83). The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

  Chardonnay 46.1 Top
Registration Status Registered
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Reported to be French clone 46.1, Champagne Perrier-Jouet, France
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments Domaine Mumm contracted with Foundation Plant Services to import five Chardonnay clones from Champagne Perrier-Jouet, France, in 1988 for the Domaine Mumm vineyards and the FPS public collection. None of the importations was a duplicate of other registered FPS selections. This contract was entered prior to the time of the ENTAV-INRA® trademark program, so the clones are generic clones and contain the references “reported to be French”. The imported clones with the FPS selection number in parentheses behind the reported French clone number are French 75 (FPS 43 and 46), French 95 (FPS 37 and 38), French 116 (FPS 83), French 117 (FPS 81) and French 125 (FPS 40). All of the selections underwent microshoot tip tissue culture treatment for virus elimination and first appeared registered in the California Grapevine Registration & Certification program in 1997 (FPS 37, 38 and 46), 1998 (FPS 43), 1999 (FPS 40) and 2002 (FPS 81 and 83). In 2013, Chardonnay 46 successfully completed testing to qualify it for planting at the Russell Ranch Vineyard, where it will be known as Chardonnay 46.1. The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

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Registration Status Registered
Source 'clone 2', provided by Denis Fetzmann, Cote d'Or, France, arrived at FPS in 1981
Treatments Heat treatment (109 days) & microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments A collection of French clonal material was imported to Foundation Plant Services from the Cote d'Or, Burgundy, France in 1981. The material is French clonal material provided by Denis Fetzmann, grandson of Louis Latour who founded Maison Louis Latour. Four separate clones are represented by this group, which are now part of the Foundation Plant Services public collection as Chardonnay 48, 50, 54, 71 and 73. Chardonnay 48 and 50 are from the same clonal material that was labeled “clone 2” by the importer. The original material for Chardonnay 48 underwent both heat treatment (109 days) and microshoot tip tissue culture therapy at FPS. After successful completion of testing for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program, Chardonnay 48 was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 1995. The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

  Chardonnay 49 Top
Registration Status Registered
Source Reported to be French clone 277, Dijon, France, via Oregon State University
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture
Comments In the mid-1980's, Oregon State University imported some Burgundian clonal material through the Office National Interprofessionnel des Vins (ONIVINS) in Dijon, France. OSU agreed to supply Foundation Plant Services with copies of those clones. The Oregon State importation preceded the establishment of the ENTAV-INRA™ program for official French clones, and therefore these are considered ‘generic’ French clones the authenticity of which FPS cannot guarantee. FPS 49 (reported to be French clone 277) arrived at FPS in 1988 and first appeared on the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program list in 1997. Chardonnay FPS 42 and FPS 51 are also reported to be French clone 277. The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

  Chardonnay 50 Top
Registration Status Registered
Source 'clone 2', provided by Denis Fetzmann, Cote d'Or, France
Treatments Heat treatment (109 days) & Microshoot tip tissue culture
Comments A collection of French clonal material was imported to Foundation Plant Services from the Cote d'Or, Burgundy, France in 1981. The material is French clonal material provided by Denis Fetzmann, grandson of Louis Latour, who founded Maison Louis Latour. Four separate plants are represented by this group, which are now part of the Foundation Plant Services public collection as Chardonnay 48, 50, 54, 71 and 73. Chardonnay 48 and 50 are from the same clonal material that was labeled “clone 2” by the importer. The original material for Chardonnay 50 underwent both heat treatment (109 days) and microshoot tip tissue culture therapy at FPS. After successful completion of testing for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program, Chardonnay 50 was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 1995. The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

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Registration Status Registered
Source Reported to be French clone 277, Dijon, France, via Oregon State University
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture
Comments In the mid-1980's, Oregon State University imported some Burgundian clonal material through the Office National Interprofessionnel des Vins (ONIVINS) in Dijon, France. OSU agreed to supply Foundation Plant Services with copies of those clones. The Oregon State importation preceded the establishment of the ENTAV-INRA™ program for official French clones, and therefore these are considered ‘generic’ French clones the authenticity of which FPS cannot guarantee. FPS 51(reported to be French clone 277) arrived at FPS in 1988 and first appeared on the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program list in 1997. Chardonnay FPS 42 and FPS 49 are also reported to be French clone 277. The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

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Registration Status Registered
Source 'clone 4', provided by Denis Fetzmann, Cote d'Or, France
Treatments Heat treatment (60 days) & microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments A collection of French clonal material was imported to Foundation Plant Services from the Cote d'Or, Burgundy, France in 1981. The material is French clonal material provided by Denis Fetzmann, grandson of Louis Latour, who founded Maison Louis Latour. Four separate clones are represented by this group, which are now part of the Foundation Plant Services public collection as Chardonnay 48, 50, 54, 71 and 73. Chardonnay 54 was labelled 'clone 4' by the importer. The original plant material underwent heat treatment (60 days) and microshoot tip tissue culture therapy at FPS. After successful completion of testing for the California Registration & Certification Program, Chardonnay 54 was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 1997. The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

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Registration Status Registered
Source Simi Vineyards, Russian River Valley, California
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture
Comments Chardonnay 66 was collected in 1994 by FPS Director Deborah Golino from a Chardonnay block that had been planted by Simi Vineyards around 1990, in a newly developed vineyard on Piner Road in the Russian River Valley. Simi acquired the Chardonnay plant material, which they believed to be the Mt. Eden clone, from grower Larry Hyde’s vineyard in Carneros. Simi had previously made wine from the Hyde grapes and appreciated the wine for its intensity and depth of feel. (Diane Kenworthy, personal communication). Simi winemaker Zelma Long indicated that the vines from the Hyde vineyard were productive and of excellent quality and described the wine from the Hyde grapes as having “depth and power and texture”. (Zelma Long, personal communication). Golino, Long and Simi viticulturist Diane Kenworthy selected four vines from the Piner Road vineyard. One of those four vines evolved into Chardonnay 66. Upon its arrival at FPS, selection 66 tested positive for virus and underwent microshoot tip tissue culture treatment for virus elimination in 1996. It first appeared on the list of registered selections in 1999.

  Chardonnay 66.1 Top
Registration Status Provisional
Source Simi Vineyards, Russian River Valley, California
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy (2016)
Comments Chardonnay 66 was collected in 1994 by FPS Director Deborah Golino from a Chardonnay block that had been planted by Simi Vineyards around 1990, in a newly developed vineyard on Piner Road in the Russian River Valley. Simi acquired the Chardonnay plant material, which they believed to be the Mt. Eden clone, from grower Larry Hyde’s vineyard in Carneros. Simi had previously made wine from the Hyde grapes and appreciated the wine for its intensity and depth of feel. (Diane Kenworthy, personal communication). Simi winemaker Zelma Long indicated that the vines from the Hyde vineyard were productive and of excellent quality and described the wine from the Hyde grapes as having “depth and power and texture”. (Zelma Long, personal communication). Golino, Long and Simi viticulturist Diane Kenworthy selected four vines from the Piner Road vineyard. One of those four vines evolved into Chardonnay 66. Upon its arrival at FPS, selection 66 tested positive for virus and underwent microshoot tip tissue culture treatment for virus elimination in 1996. It first appeared on the list of registered selections in 1999. Chardonnay 66 again underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy at FPS in 2016 and qualified for the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard in 2018 as Chardonnay 66.1.

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Registration Status Registered
Source Robert Mondavi Vineyards, Napa
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture
Comments Chardonnay 67 is the Robert Mondavi Vineyard version of the Wente clone. The original plant material came to Foundation Plant Services in 1995 and underwent microshoot tip tissue culture disease elimination therapy in 1996. After successful completion of testing for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program, Chardonnay 67 was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 1999. The selection was originally a proprietary selection but was donated to the FPS public collection in 2006. The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

  Chardonnay 67.1 Top
Registration Status Registered
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Robert Mondavi Vineyards, Napa
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments Chardonnay 67 is the Robert Mondavi Vineyard version of the Wente clone. The original plant material came to Foundation Plant Services in 1995 and underwent microshoot tip tissue culture disease elimination therapy in 1996. After successful completion of testing for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program, Chardonnay 67 was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 1999. Chardonnay 67 successfully completed testing under the 2010 Protocol in 2011, after which it was planted in the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard as Chardonnay 67.1. The selection was originally a proprietary selection but was donated to the FPS public collection in 2006. The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

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Registration Status Registered
  Chardonnay 69 Top
Registration Status Registered
Source Reported to be French clone 76. Dijon, France, via Oregon State University
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture
Comments In the mid-1980's, Oregon State University (OSU) imported some Burgundian clonal material through the Office National Interprofessionnel des Vins (ONIVINS) in Dijon, France. OSU agreed to supply Foundation Plant Services with copies of those clones. The Oregon State importation preceded the establishment of the ENTAV-INRA™ program for official French clones, and therefore these are considered ‘generic’ French clones the authenticity of which FPS cannot guarantee. Chardonnay 69 came to Foundation Plant Services in 1987 and is reported to be French clone 76. The original plant material underwent microshoot tip tissue culture disease elimination therapy at FPS before 1989. After successful completion of testing for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program, Chardonnay 69 was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2000. The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

  Chardonnay 69.1 Top
Registration Status Registered
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Reported to be French clone 76. Dijon, France, via Oregon State University
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments In the mid-1980's, Oregon State University (OSU) imported some Burgundian clonal material through the Office National Interprofessionnel des Vins (ONIVINS) in Dijon, France. OSU agreed to supply Foundation Plant Services with copies of those clones. The Oregon State importation preceded the establishment of the ENTAV-INRA™ program for official French clones, and therefore these are considered ‘generic’ French clones the authenticity of which FPS cannot guarantee. Chardonnay 69 came to Foundation Plant Services in 1987 and is reported to be French clone 76. The original plant material underwent microshoot tip tissue culture disease elimination therapy at FPS before 1989. After successful completion of testing for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program, Chardonnay 69 was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2000. Chardonnay 69 successfully completed testing under the 2010 Protocol in 2012, after which the selection was planted in the Russell Ranch Vineyard as Chardonnay 69.1. The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

  Chardonnay 70 Top
Registration Status Registered
Source Reported to be French clone 96; Dijon, France, via Oregon State University
Treatments Tissue culture
Comments In the mid-1980's, Oregon State University imported some Burgundian clonal material through the Office National Interprofessionnel des Vins (ONIVINS) in Dijon, France. OSU agreed to supply Foundation Plant Services with copies of those clones. The Oregon State importation preceded the establishment of the ENTAV-INRA™ program for official French clones, and therefore these are considered ‘generic’ French clones the authenticity of which FPS cannot guarantee. FPS 70 (reported to be French clone 96) arrived at FPS in 1988 and first appeared on the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program list in 2001. The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

  Chardonnay 70.1 Top
Registration Status Registered
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Reported to be French clone 96, Dijon, France, via Oregon State University
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments In the mid-1980's, Oregon State University imported some Burgundian clonal material through the Office National Interprofessionnel des Vins (ONIVINS) in Dijon, France. OSU agreed to supply Foundation Plant Services with copies of those clones. The Oregon State importation preceded the establishment of the ENTAV-INRA™ program for official French clones, and therefore these are considered ‘generic’ French clones the authenticity of which FPS cannot guarantee. Chardonnay 70 (reported to be French clone 96) arrived at FPS in 1988 and first appeared on the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program list in 2001. The selection underwent tissue culture therapy at FPS twice, most recently in 2012. The recent treated material successfully completed testing to qualify for the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard, where it will be planted in 2014 as Chardonnay 70.1. The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape

  Chardonnay 71 Top
Registration Status Registered
Source Denis Fetzmann, Cote d'Or, France
Treatments Heat treatment 87 days & microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments A collection of French clonal material was imported to Foundation Plant Services at UC Davis from the Cote d'Or, Burgundy, France in 1981. The material is French clonal material provided by Denis Fetzmann, grandson of Louis Latour, who founded Maison Louis Latour. Four separate clones are represented by this group, which are now part of the Foundation Plant Services public collection as Chardonnay 48, 50, 54, 71 and 73. The original Burgundian plant material for Chardonnay 71 underwent heat treatment (87 days) and microshoot tip tissue culture therapy at FPS. After successful completion of testing for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program, Chardonnay 71 was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2000. The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

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Registration Status Registered
Source Wente Vineyards' Monterey County production block planted with FPS Chardonnay 2A; FPS 72 arrived at FPS in 1991
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture
Comments Foundation Plant Services distributed budwood from former Chardonnay FPS 02A to Wente Vineyards in 1966. Oral tradition within the Wente family maintains that Chardonnay 02A originated from vineyard selection efforts by the Wentes. Wente Vineyards planted the Chardonnay 02A wood in a production block in Monterey County. The wood became very popular with Wente customers, who refer to this selection as the 'old Wente clone' or 'Wente clone'. Plant material from one of the vines in that Monterey planting was donated to FPS in 1991. It first appeared on the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program list in 2002. For more detail on the history of this selection, please see the narrative below. The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

  Chardonnay 73 Top
Registration Status Registered
Source 'clone 3' provided by Denis Fetzmann, vineyard in Cote d'Or, France
Treatments Heat treatment 78 days; microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments A collection of French clonal material was imported to Foundation Plant Services from the Cote d'Or, Burgundy, France in 1981. The material is French clonal material provided by Denis Fetzmann, grandson of Louis Latour, who founded Maison Louis Latour. Four separate clones are represented by this group, which are now part of the Foundation Plant Services public collection as Chardonnay 48, 50, 54, 71, and 73. Chardonnay 73 was labelled 'clone 3' in the shipment from France. The original plant material underwent both heat treatment (H78) and microshoot tip tissue culture therapy. After successful completion of testing for the California Registration & Certification Program, Chardonnay 73 was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2000. The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

  Chardonnay 73.1 Top
Registration Status Registered
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source 'clone 3' provided by Denis Fetzmann, Cote d’Or, France
Treatments Heat treatment 78 days; microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments A collection of French clonal material was imported to Foundation Plant Services from the Cote d'Or, Burgundy, France in 1981. The material is French clonal material provided by Denis Fetzmann, grandson of Louis Latour, who founded Maison Louis Latour. Four separate clones are represented by this group, which are now part of the Foundation Plant Services public collection as Chardonnay 48, 50, 54, 71, and 73. Chardonnay 73 was labelled 'clone 3' in the shipment from France. The original plant material underwent both heat treatment (H78) and microshoot tip tissue culture therapy at FPS. After successful completion of testing for the California Registration & Certification Program, Chardonnay 73 was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2000. Chardonnay 73 successfully completed testing under the 2010 Protocol in 2011, after which the selection was planted in the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard as Chardonnay 73.1. The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

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Registration Status Registered
Source SMA 127, Conegliano, Italy
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture
Comments This selection was imported to Foundation Plant Services in 1988 from Dr. Antonio Calò of the Istituto Sperimentale at Conegliano in 1988. The clone is SMA 127. The original material tested RSP+ and underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy before appearing in the California Grapevine Registration and Certification Program in 1998. Literature from Italy describes SMA 127 as a grape with excellent production, having clusters of average size. The acidity and sugar content of the must are reportedly high. SMA 127 is suitable as a base for sparkling wine. (Calò and Costacurta, 1990). The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

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Registration Status Registered
Source ENTAV-INRA® 76 Authorized clone from France, arrived at FPS in 1997
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) was the first foreign entity to contract with FPS for Chardonnay importation services. ENTAV (now known as the Institut Français de la Vigne et du Vin – IFV) 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. This 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, the three trademarked Chardonnay clones sent to FPS in 1997 are labeled authorized Chardonnay ENTAV-INRA® 76, 96 and 548 as well as FPS 76, 96, and 548, respectively. The three selections became registered in the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program in 2000.

Laurent Audeguin of ENTAV summarized the performance of the three FPS registered selections. ENTAV-INRA® 76 is a regular clone in terms of production and quality; the wines obtained are representative of the variety: aromatic, fine, typical and well-balanced. ENTAV-INRA® 96 demonstrates good vigor and a high level of production; the wines obtained are aromatic, elegant and sharp. ENTAV-INRA® 548 has lower than average production due to small and loose clusters with high sugar potential; the wines are aromatic, complex and concentrated with good length. All three selections have good ageing potential if yield is controlled. (Audeguin, Laurent, personal communication). The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

  Chardonnay 76.1 (proprietary) Top
Registration Status Registered
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source ENTAV-INRA® 76 Authorized clone from France, arrived at FPS in 1997
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) was the first foreign entity to contract with Foundation Plant Services for Chardonnay importation services. ENTAV (now known as the Institut Français de la Vigne et du Vin – IFV) 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. This 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, the three trademarked Chardonnay clones sent to FPS in 1997 are labeled authorized Chardonnay ENTAV-INRA® 76, 96 and 548 as well as FPS 76, 96, and 548, respectively. The three selections became registered in the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program in 2000 and were planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard. Chardonnay ENTAV-INRA® 76 underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy at FPS in order to qualify under the 2010 Protocol for planting in the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard in 2012. Laurent Audeguin of ENTAV summarized the performance of the three FPS registered selections. ENTAV-INRA® 76 is a regular clone in terms of production and quality; the wines obtained are representative of the variety: aromatic, fine, typical and well-balanced. ENTAV-INRA® 96 demonstrates good vigor and a high level of production; the wines obtained are aromatic, elegant and sharp. ENTAV-INRA® 548 has lower than average production due to small and loose clusters with high sugar potential; the wines are aromatic, complex and concentrated with good length. All three selections have good ageing potential if yield is controlled. (Audeguin, Laurent, personal communication). The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

  Chardonnay 79 Top
Registration Status Registered
Source Heritage Sterling muscat clone 1, Sterling Vineyards, Napa Valley, California
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments Foundation Plant Services Director Deborah Golino collected plant material for this selection from one of Sterling's vineyards in the Napa Valley. There are two Sterling Vineyard clones at FPS: Chardonnay 79 and Chardonnay 80. Chardonnay 79 is described as Heritage Sterling muscat clone 1, a Chardonnay musqué-type clone that was favored by both the winemaker and viticulturist and believed to possess unique qualities. The original plant material underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy at FPS in 1996. After successful completion of testing for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program, Chardonnay 79 was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2000. The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

  Chardonnay 79.1 Top
Registration Status Registered
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Heritage Sterling muscat clone 1, Sterling Vineyards, Napa, California
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments Foundation Plant Services Director Deborah Golino collected plant material for this selection from one of Sterling's vineyards in the Napa Valley. There are two Sterling Vineyard clones at FPS: Chardonnay 79.1 and Chardonnay 80.1. Chardonnay 79.1 is described as Heritage Sterling muscat clone 1, a Chardonnay musqué-type clone that was favored by both the winemaker and viticulturist and believed to possess unique qualities. The original plant material underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy at FPS in 1996. After successful completion of testing for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program, Chardonnay 79 was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2000. Chardonnay 79 successfully completed testing under the 2010 Protocol in 2011, after which it was planted in the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard as Chardonnay 79.1. The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

  Chardonnay 80 Top
Registration Status Registered
Source Heritage Sterling muscat clone 3, Sterling Vineyards, Napa Valley, California
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture
Comments Foundation Plant Services Director Deborah Golino collected plant material for this selection in 1996 from one of Sterling's vineyards in the Napa Valley. There are two Sterling Vineyard clones at FPS: Chardonnay 79 and Chardonnay 80. Chardonnay 80 is described as Heritage Sterling muscat clone 3, a Chardonnay musqué-type clone that was favored by both the winemaker and viticulturist and believed to possess unique qualities. The original plant material for Chardonnay 80 underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy at FPS in 1996. After successful completion of testing for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program, Chardonnay 80 was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2000. The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

  Chardonnay 80.1 Top
Registration Status Registered
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Heritage Sterling muscat clone 3, Sterling Vineyards, Napa, California
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments Foundation Plant Services Director Deborah Golino collected plant material for this selection in 1996 from one of Sterling's vineyards in the Napa Valley. There are two Sterling Vineyard clones at FPS: Chardonnay 79 and Chardonnay 80. Chardonnay 80 is described as Heritage Sterling muscat clone 3, a Chardonnay musqué-type clone that was favored by both the winemaker and viticulturist and believed to possess unique qualities. The original plant material for Chardonnay 80 underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy at FPS in 1996. After successful completion of testing for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program, Chardonnay 80 was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2000. Chardonnay 80 successfully completed testing under the 2010 Protocol in 2012, after which the selection was planted in the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard as Chardonnay 80.1. The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

  Chardonnay 81 Top
Registration Status Registered
Source Reported to be French clone 117, Champagne Perrier-Jouet, France
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture
Comments Domaine Mumm contracted with Foundation Plant Services to import five Chardonnay clones from Champagne Perrier-Jouet, France, in 1988 for the Domaine Mumm vineyards and the FPS public collection. None of the importations was a duplicate of other registered FPS selections. This contract was entered prior to the time of the ENTAV-INRA® trademark program, so the clones are generic clones and contain the references “reported to be French”. The imported clones with the FPS selection number in parentheses behind the reported French clone number are French 75 (FPS 43 and 46), French 95 (FPS 37 and 38), French 116 (FPS 83), French 117 (FPS 81) and French 125 (FPS 40). All of the selections underwent microshoot tip tissue culture treatment for virus elimination at FPS. Chardonnay 81 underwent treatment before 1989 and successfully completed testing for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program. Chardonnay 81 was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2000. The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

  Chardonnay 81.1 Top
Registration Status Registered
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Reported to be French clone 117, Champagne Perrier-Jouet, France
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments Domaine Mumm contracted with Foundation Plant Services to import five Chardonnay clones from Champagne Perrier-Jouet, France, in 1988 for the Domaine Mumm vineyards and the FPS public collection. None of the importations was a duplicate of other registered FPS selections. This contract was entered prior to the time of the ENTAV-INRA® trademark program, so the clones are generic clones and contain the references “reported to be French”. The imported clones with the FPS selection number in parentheses behind the reported French clone number are French 75 (Chardonnay 43 and 46), French 95 (Chardonnay 37 and 38), French 116 (Chardonnay 83), French 117 (Chardonnay 81) and French 125 (Chardonnay 40). All of the selections underwent microshoot tip tissue culture treatment for virus elimination at FPS. Chardonnay 81 underwent treatment before 1989 and successfully completed testing for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program. Chardonnay 81 was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2000. Chardonnay 81 successfully completed testing under the 2010 Protocol in 2012, after which it was planted in the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard at Chardonnay 81.1. The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

  Chardonnay 82 Top
Registration Status Registered
Source Reported to be French clone 130, Epernay, France, via Saanichton Plant Quarantine Station, British Columbia, Canada, and California vineyard
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments Gloria Ferrer vineyard manager Mike Crumly and winemaker Bob Iantosca travelled to Champage in 1987 and met with the man in charge of clonal research for the Comité Interprofessional des Vins de Champagne (CIVC). The CIVC offered them cuttings from the plant material of their choice. Gloria Ferrer arranged for the Saanichton Plant Quarantine Station in British Columbia to import six Chardonnay clones from CIVC in Epernay, France, in 1989. (Foundation Plant Services' importation services were very limited then, while new quarantine facilities were under construction in Davis). Saanichton was able to ship these clones to Gloria Ferrer in Sonoma in 1993 after completing all the tests to qualify them for certification in Canada. In 1996, Gloria Ferrer generously donated cuttings from the six clones to the FPS public collection. Chardonnay 82 is reported to be French clone 130. The original plant material underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy in 1996 at FPS. After successful completion of testing for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program, Chardonnay 82 was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2000. The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

  Chardonnay 82.1 Top
Registration Status Registered
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Reported to be French clone 130, Epernay, France, via Saanichton Plant Quarantine Station, British Columbia, Canada, and California vineyard
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments Gloria Ferrer vineyard manager Mike Crumly and winemaker Bob Iantosca travelled to Champage in 1987 and met with the man in charge of clonal research for the Comité Interprofessional des Vins de Champagne (CIVC). The CIVC offered them cuttings from the plant material of their choice. Gloria Ferrer arranged for the Saanichton Plant Quarantine Station in British Columbia to import six Chardonnay clones from CIVC in Epernay, France, in 1989. (Foundation Plant Services' importation services were very limited then, while new quarantine facilities were under construction in Davis). Saanichton was able to ship these clones to Gloria Ferrer in Sonoma in 1993 after completing all the tests to qualify them for certification in Canada. In 1996, Gloria Ferrer generously donated cuttings from the six clones to the FPS public collection. Chardonnay 82 is reported to be French clone 130. The original plant material underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy in 1996 at FPS. After successful completion of testing for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program, Chardonnay 82 was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2000. Chardonnay 82 successfully completed testing under the 2010 Protocol in 2012, after which the selection was planted in the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard as Chardonnay 82.1. The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

  Chardonnay 83 Top
Registration Status Registered
Source Reported to be French clone 116, Champagne Perrier-Jouet, France
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture
Comments Domaine Mumm contracted with Foundation Plant Services to import five Chardonnay clones from Champagne Perrier-Jouet, France, in 1988 for the Domaine Mumm vineyards and the FPS public collection. None of the importations was a duplicate of other registered FPS selections. This contract was entered prior to the time of the ENTAV-INRA® trademark program, so the clones are generic clones and contain the references “reported to be French”. The imported clones with the FPS selection number in parentheses behind the reported French clone number are French 75 (FPS 43 and 46), French 95 (FPS 37 and 38), French 116 (FPS 83), French 117 (FPS 81) and French 125 (FPS 40). All of the selections underwent microshoot tip tissue culture treatment for virus elimination and first appeared registered in the California Grapevine Registration & Certification program in 1997 (FPS 37, 38 and 46), 1998 (FPS 43), 1999 (FPS 40) and 2002 (FPS 81 and 83). The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

  Chardonnay 84 Top
Registration Status Registered
Source Reported to be French clone 124, Epernay, France, via Saanichton Plant Quarantine Station, British Columbia, Canada, and California vineyard
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture
Comments Gloria Ferrer vineyard manager Mike Crumly and winemaker Bob Iantosca travelled to Champage in 1987 and met with the man in charge of clonal research for the Comité Interprofessional des Vins de Champagne (CIVC). The CIVC offered them cuttings from the plant material of their choice. Gloria Ferrer arranged for the Saanichton Plant Quarantine Station in British Columbia to import six Chardonnay clones from CIVC in Epernay, France, in 1989. (Foundation Plant Services' importation services were very limited then, while new quarantine facilities were under construction in Davis). Saanichton was able to ship these clones to Gloria Ferrer in Sonoma in 1993 after completing all the tests to qualify them for certification in Canada. In 1996, Gloria Ferrer generously donated cuttings from the six clones to the FPS public collection. Chardonnay 84 is reported to be French clone 124. Chardonnay 98 at FPS is also reported to be French clone 124. The original plant material for Chardonnay 84 underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy in 1996 at FPS. After successful completion of testing for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program, Chardonnay 84 was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2000. The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

  Chardonnay 84.1 Top
Registration Status Registered
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Reported to be French clone 124, Epernay, France, via Saanichton Plant Quarantine Station, Canada, via California vineyard
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments Gloria Ferrer vineyard manager Mike Crumly and winemaker Bob Iantosca travelled to Champage in 1987 and met with the man in charge of clonal research for the Comité Interprofessional des Vins de Champagne (CIVC). The CIVC offered them cuttings from the plant material of their choice. Gloria Ferrer arranged for the Saanichton Plant Quarantine Station in British Columbia to import six Chardonnay clones from CIVC in Epernay, France, in 1989. (Foundation Plant Services' importation services were very limited then, while new quarantine facilities were under construction in Davis). Saanichton was able to ship these clones to Gloria Ferrer in Sonoma in 1993 after completing all the tests to qualify them for certification in Canada. In 1996, Gloria Ferrer generously donated cuttings from the six clones to the FPS public collection. Chardonnay 84 is reported to be French clone 124. Chardonnay 98 at FPS is also reported to be French clone 124. The original plant material for Chardonnay 84 underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy in 1996 at FPS. After successful completion of testing for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program, Chardonnay 84 was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2000. Chardonnay 84 successfully completed testing to qualify for planting at the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard, where it will be planted in 2013 as Chardonnay 84.1. The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

  Chardonnay 85 Top
Registration Status Registered
Source Reported to be French clone 132, Epernay, France, via Saanichton Plant Quarantine Station, British Columbia, Canada, and California vineyard
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture
Comments Gloria Ferrer vineyard manager Mike Crumly and winemaker Bob Iantosca travelled to Champage in 1987 and met with the man in charge of clonal research for the Comité Interprofessional des Vins de Champagne (CIVC). The CIVC offered them cuttings from the plant material of their choice. Gloria Ferrer arranged for the Saanichton Plant Quarantine Station in British Columbia to import six Chardonnay clones from CIVC in Epernay, France, in 1989. (Foundation Plant Services' importation services were very limited then, while new quarantine facilities were under construction in Davis). Saanichton was able to ship these clones to Gloria Ferrer in Sonoma in 1993 after completing all the tests to qualify them for certification in Canada. In 1996, Gloria Ferrer generously donated cuttings from the six clones to the FPS public collection. Chardonnay 85 is reported to be French clone 132. The original plant material underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy in 1996 at FPS. After successful completion of testing for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program, Chardonnay 85 was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2000. The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

  Chardonnay 85.1 Top
Registration Status Registered
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Reported to be French clone 132, Epernay, France, via Saanichton Plant Quarantine Station, British Columbia, Canada, and California vineyard
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments Gloria Ferrer vineyard manager Mike Crumly and winemaker Bob Iantosca travelled to Champage in 1987 and met with the man in charge of clonal research for the Comité Interprofessional des Vins de Champagne (CIVC). The CIVC offered them cuttings from the plant material of their choice. Gloria Ferrer arranged for the Saanichton Plant Quarantine Station in British Columbia to import six Chardonnay clones from CIVC in Epernay, France, in 1989. (Foundation Plant Services' importation services were very limited then, while new quarantine facilities were under construction in Davis). Saanichton was able to ship these clones to Gloria Ferrer in Sonoma in 1993 after completing all the tests to qualify them for certification in Canada. In 1996, Gloria Ferrer generously donated cuttings from the six clones to the FPS public collection. Chardonnay 85 is reported to be French clone 132. The original plant material underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy in 1996 at FPS. After successful completion of testing for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program, Chardonnay 85 was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2000. Chardonnay 85 successfully completed testing under the 2010 Protocol in 2011, after which it was planted in the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard as Chardonnay 85.1. The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

  Chardonnay 86 (proprietary) Top
Registration Status Registered
Source SMA 108, Italy
Treatments None
Proprietary Proprietary- cannot be distributed without written permission from owner.
Patented / Proprietary Proprietary
Comments A group of Italian Chardonnay selections came from one of the first international entities to contract with Foundation Plant Services for grape importation services, Vivai Cooperativi Rauscedo (VCR) in Italy. VCR is a private nursery cooperative that was formed 70 years ago. More than 30 years ago, VCR started its own clonal selection program which included micro vinification for evaluating winegrape clones. In 1997, VCR formed a joint venture with the Novavine Grapevine Nursery in Santa Rosa, California. Three privately controlled VCR Chardonnay clones were first registered in 2004: designated SMA 108 (FPS 86), VCR 10 (FPS 103) and VCR 4 (FPS 105). The original material for Chardonnay FPS 86 tested positive for RSP virus and was planted in the Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2001.

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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 Chardonnay Guillaume clone 01, selection 003, from Pepiniere Guillaume in Charcenne, France. It is reported that the selection has small and loose clusters and makes high quality wines. Chardonnay 87 was imported in 2007 and is distributed through Guillaume Grapevine Nursery and its licensees.

  Chardonnay 95 (proprietary) Top
Registration Status Registered
Source French clone 95, ENTAV
Treatments None
Proprietary Proprietary- cannot be distributed without written permission from owner: ENTAV-IFV
Patented / Proprietary Proprietary
Comments This proprietary selection came to Foundation Plant Services in 2009 from IFV (ENTAV) as part of their trademark program for French clonal material. This clone originated from the Côte-d'Or region of Burgundy. Chardonnay 95 successfully completed testing and qualified for the California Registration & Certification Program in 2014.

  Chardonnay 95.1 (proprietary) Top
Registration Status Registered
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source French clone 95, ENTAV
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Proprietary Proprietary- cannot be distributed without written permission from owner: ENTAV-IFV
Patented / Proprietary Proprietary
Comments This proprietary selection came to Foundation Plant Services in 2009 from IFV (ENTAV) as part of their trademark program for French clonal material. This clone originated from the Côte-d'Or region of Burgundy. Chardonnay 95 successfully completed testing and qualified for the California Registration & Certification Program in 2014. The selection underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy at FPS in 2014 and qualified for the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard, where it was planted in 2016.

  Chardonnay 96 (proprietary) Top
Registration Status Registered
Source ENTAV-INRA® 96 Authorized clone from France, arrived at FPS in 1997
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) was the first foreign entity to contract with FPS for Chardonnay importation services. ENTAV (now known as the Institut Français de la Vigne et du Vin – IFV) 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. This 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, the three trademarked Chardonnay clones sent to FPS in 1997 are labeled authorized Chardonnay ENTAV-INRA® 76, 96 and 548 as well as FPS 76, 96, and 548, respectively. Chardonnay ENTAV-INRA® 96 was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 1999. Laurent Audeguin of ENTAV summarized the performance of the three FPS registered selections. ENTAV-INRA® 76 is a regular clone in terms of production and quality; the wines obtained are representative of the variety: aromatic, fine, typical and well-balanced. ENTAV-INRA® 96 demonstrates good vigor and a high level of production; the wines obtained are aromatic, elegant and sharp. ENTAV-INRA® 548 has lower than average production due to small and loose clusters with high sugar potential; the wines are aromatic, complex and concentrated with good length. All three selections have good ageing potential if yield is controlled. (Audeguin, Laurent, personal communication). The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

  Chardonnay 96.1 (proprietary) Top
Registration Status Registered
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source ENTAV-INRA® 96 Authorized clone from France, arrived at FPS in 1997
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) was the first foreign entity to contract with FPS for Chardonnay importation services. ENTAV (now known as the Institut Français de la Vigne et du Vin – IFV) 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. This 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, the three trademarked Chardonnay clones sent to FPS in 1997 are labeled authorized Chardonnay ENTAV-INRA® 76, 96 and 548 as well as FPS 76, 96, and 548, respectively. Chardonnay ENTAV-INRA® 96 was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 1999. Chardonnay 96 underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy in 2010 in order to qualify for the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard, where it was planted in 2012 as Chardonnay 96.1. Laurent Audeguin of ENTAV summarized the performance of the three FPS registered selections. ENTAV-INRA® 76 is a regular clone in terms of production and quality; the wines obtained are representative of the variety: aromatic, fine, typical and well-balanced. ENTAV-INRA® 96 demonstrates good vigor and a high level of production; the wines obtained are aromatic, elegant and sharp. ENTAV-INRA® 548 has lower than average production due to small and loose clusters with high sugar potential; the wines are aromatic, complex and concentrated with good length. All three selections have good ageing potential if yield is controlled. (Audeguin, Laurent, personal communication). The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

  Chardonnay 97 (proprietary) Top
Registration Status Registered
Source Chalk Hill Estate Vineyards & Winery
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture
Proprietary Proprietary- cannot be distributed without written permission from owner.
Patented / Proprietary Proprietary
Comments This proprietary selection originated from a Chalk Hill vineyard planted in 1974. The source vines of Chardonnay 97 exhibit loose clusters and many small shot berries and is referred to by Chalk Hill as the 'shot berry clone'. Chardonnay 97 first came to Foundation Plant Services in 1996. The original plant material underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy at FPS in 1997. After successful completion of testing for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program, Chardonnay 97 was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2001. The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

  Chardonnay 97.1 (proprietary) Top
Registration Status Provisional
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Chalk Hill Vineyards & Winery, Healdsburg, California
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Proprietary Proprietary- cannot be distributed without written permission from owner.
Patented / Proprietary Proprietary
Comments This proprietary selection originated from a Chalk Hill vineyard planted in 1974. The source vines of Chardonnay 97 exhibit loose clusters and many small shot berries and is referred to by Chalk Hill as the 'shot berry clone'. Chardonnay 97 first came to Foundation Plant Services in 1996. The original plant material underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy at FPS in 1997. After successful completion of testing for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program, Chardonnay 97 was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2001. Chardonnay 97 successfully completed testing under the 2010 Protocol in 2012, after which it was planted in the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard as Chardonnay 97.1. The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

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Registration Status Registered
Source Reported to be French clone 124, Epernay, France, via Saanichton Plant Quarantine Station, British Columbia, Canada, and California vineyard
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture
Comments Gloria Ferrer vineyard manager Mike Crumly and winemaker Bob Iantosca travelled to Champage in 1987 and met with the man in charge of clonal research for the Comité Interprofessional des Vins de Champagne (CIVC). The CIVC offered them cuttings from the plant material of their choice. Gloria Ferrer arranged for the Saanichton Plant Quarantine Station in British Columbia to import six Chardonnay clones from CIVC in Epernay, France, in 1989. (Foundation Plant Services' importation services were very limited then, while new quarantine facilities were under construction in Davis). Saanichton was able to ship these clones to Gloria Ferrer in Sonoma in 1993 after completing all the tests to qualify them for certification in Canada. In 1996, Gloria Ferrer generously donated cuttings from the six clones to the FPS public collection. Chardonnay 98 is reported to be French clone 124. Chardonnay 84 at FPS is also reported to be French clone 124. The original plant material for Chardonnay 98 underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy in 1996 at FPS. After successful completion of testing for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program, Chardonnay 98 was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2001. The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

  Chardonnay 98.1 Top
Registration Status Registered
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Reported to be French clone 124, Epernay, France, via Saanichton Plant Quarantine Station, British Columbia and California vineyard
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments Gloria Ferrer vineyard manager Mike Crumly and winemaker Bob Iantosca travelled to Champagne in 1987 and met with the man in charge of clonal research for the Comité Interprofessional des Vins de Champagne (CIVC). The CIVC offered them cuttings from the plant material of their choice. Gloria Ferrer arranged for the Saanichton Plant Quarantine Station in British Columbia to import six Chardonnay clones from CIVC in Epernay, France, in 1989. (Foundation Plant Services' importation services were very limited then, while new quarantine facilities were under construction in Davis). Saanichton was able to ship these clones to Gloria Ferrer in Sonoma in 1993 after completing all the tests to qualify them for certification in Canada. In 1996, Gloria Ferrer generously donated cuttings from the six clones to the FPS public collection. Chardonnay 98 is reported to be French clone 124. Chardonnay 84 at FPS is also reported to be French clone 124. The original plant material for Chardonnay 98 underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy in 1996 at FPS. After successful completion of testing for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program, Chardonnay 98 was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2001. Chardonnay 98 again underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy in 2012 and successfully completed testing to qualify for the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard, where it will be planted in 2014 as Chardonnay 98.1. The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

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Registration Status Registered
Source Reported to be French clone 121, Epernay, France, via Saanichton Plant Quarantine Station, British Columbia, Canada, and California vineyard
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture
Comments Gloria Ferrer vineyard manager Mike Crumly and winemaker Bob Iantosca travelled to Champage in 1987 and met with the man in charge of clonal research for the Comité Interprofessional des Vins de Champagne (CIVC). The CIVC offered them cuttings from the plant material of their choice. Gloria Ferrer arranged for the Saanichton Plant Quarantine Station in British Columbia to import six Chardonnay clones from CIVC in Epernay, France, in 1989. (Foundation Plant Services' importation services were very limited then, while new quarantine facilities were under construction in Davis). Saanichton was able to ship these clones to Gloria Ferrer in Sonoma in 1993 after completing all the tests to qualify them for certification in Canada. In 1996, Gloria Ferrer generously donated cuttings from the six clones to the FPS public collection. Chardonnay 99 is reported to be French clone 121. The original plant material underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy in 1996 at FPS. After successful completion of testing for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program, Chardonnay 99 was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2001. The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

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Registration Status Registered
Source Reported to be CTPS #131, Epernay, France, via Saanichton, Canada, and California vineyard
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture
Comments Gloria Ferrer vineyard manager Mike Crumly and winemaker Bob Iantosca travelled to Champage in 1987 and met with the man in charge of clonal research for the Comité Interprofessional des Vins de Champagne (CIVC). The CIVC offered them cuttings from the plant material of their choice. Gloria Ferrer arranged for the Saanichton Plant Quarantine Station in British Columbia to import six Chardonnay clones from CIVC in Epernay, France, in 1989. (Foundation Plant Services' importation services were very limited then, while new quarantine facilities were under construction in Davis). Saanichton was able to ship these clones to Gloria Ferrer in Sonoma in 1993 after completing all the tests to qualify them for certification in Canada. In 1996, Gloria Ferrer generously donated cuttings from the six clones to the FPS public collection. Chardonnay 100 is reported to be CTPS #130. The original plant material underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy in 1996 at FPS. After successful completion of testing for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program, Chardonnay 100 was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2001. The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

  Chardonnay 100.1 Top
Registration Status Registered
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Reported to be CTPS #131, Epernay, France, via Saanichton Plant Quarantine Station, British Columbia, Canada, and California vineyard
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments Gloria Ferrer vineyard manager Mike Crumly and winemaker Bob Iantosca travelled to Champage in 1987 and met with the man in charge of clonal research for the Comité Interprofessional des Vins de Champagne (CIVC). The CIVC offered them cuttings from the plant material of their choice. Gloria Ferrer arranged for the Saanichton Plant Quarantine Station in British Columbia to import six Chardonnay clones from CIVC in Epernay, France, in 1989. (Foundation Plant Services' importation services were very limited then, while new quarantine facilities were under construction in Davis). Saanichton was able to ship these clones to Gloria Ferrer in Sonoma in 1993 after completing all the tests to qualify them for certification in Canada. In 1996, Gloria Ferrer generously donated cuttings from the six clones to the FPS public collection. Chardonnay 100 is reported to be CTPS #130. The original plant material underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy in 1996 at FPS. After successful completion of testing for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program, Chardonnay 100 was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2001. Chardonnay 100 successfully completed testing under the 2010 Protocol in 2011, after which it was planted in the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard as Chardonnay 100.1. The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

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Registration Status Registered
Source Z clone, Kendall-Jackson Vineyards, Sonoma County
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments Chardonnay 102 was donated to the Foundation Plant Services public collection in 1997 by Kendall-Jackson Vineyards, who refer to this selection as the “Z clone”. The selection originated in Sonoma County and was described as an aromatic (muscat-type) Chardonnay in the nature of the Rued or Spring Mountain clones. The original material for this selection underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy at FPS in 1997. After successful completion of testing for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program, Chardonnay 102 was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2001. The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

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Registration Status Registered
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Z clone, Kendall-Jackson Vineyards, Sonoma County
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments Chardonnay 102 was donated to the Foundation Plant Services public collection in 1997 by Kendall-Jackson Vineyards, who refer to this selection as the “Z clone”. The selection originated in Sonoma County and was described as an aromatic (muscat-type) Chardonnay in the nature of the Rued or Spring Mountain clones. The original material for this selection underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy at FPS in 1997. After successful completion of testing for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program, Chardonnay 102 was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2001. Chardonnay 102 successfully completed testing under the 2010 Protocol and qualified for planting in the Russell Ranch Vineyard, where it was planted in 2011 as Chardonnay 102.1. The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

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Registration Status Registered
Source VCR clone 10, Vivai Cooperativi Rauscedo, Italy
Treatments None
Proprietary Proprietary- cannot be distributed without written permission from owner.
Patented / Proprietary Proprietary
Comments A group of Italian Chardonnay selections came from one of the first international entities to contract with Foundation Plant Services for grape importation services, Vivai Cooperativi Rauscedo (VCR) in Italy. VCR is a private nursery cooperative that was formed 70 years ago and currently has an annual production capacity of over 60 million vines. More than 30 years ago, VCR started its own clonal selection program which includes micro vinification for evaluating winegrape clones. In 1997, VCR formed a joint venture with the NovaVine Grapevine Nursery in Santa Rosa, California. There are currently three privately controlled VCR Chardonnay clones at FPS: designated SMA 108 (FPS 86), VCR 10 (FPS 103) and VCR 4 (FPS 105), all of which were first registered in 2004. Chardonnay 103 completed testing at FPS and was planted in the Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2002.

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Registration Status Provisional
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source VCR clone 10, Vivai Cooperativi Rauscedo, Italy
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Proprietary Proprietary- cannot be distributed without written permission from owner.
Patented / Proprietary Proprietary
Comments A group of Italian Chardonnay selections came from one of the first international entities to contract with Foundation Plant Services for grape importation services, Vivai Cooperativi Rauscedo (VCR) in Italy. VCR is a private nursery cooperative that was formed 70 years ago. More than 30 years ago, VCR started its own clonal selection program which included micro vinification for evaluating winegrape clones. In 1997, VCR formed a joint venture with the Novavine Grapevine Nursery in Santa Rosa, California. Three privately controlled VCR Chardonnay clones were sent to FPS: designated SMA 108 (FPS 86), VCR 10 (FPS 103) and VCR 4 (FPS 105). The original material for Chardonnay 103 completed testing at FPS and was planted in the Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2002. That original material underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy at FPS in 2013 and qualified for the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard in 2015.

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Registration Status Registered
Source Reported to be French clone 118, Epernay, France, via Saanichton, Canada, and California vineyard
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture
Comments Gloria Ferrer vineyard manager Mike Crumly and winemaker Bob Iantosca travelled to Champage in 1987 and met with the man in charge of clonal research for the Comité Interprofessional des Vins de Champagne (CIVC). The CIVC offered them cuttings from the plant material of their choice. Gloria Ferrer arranged for the Saanichton Plant Quarantine Station in British Columbia to import six Chardonnay clones from CIVC in Epernay, France, in 1989. (Foundation Plant Services' importation services were very limited then, while new quarantine facilities were under construction in Davis). Saanichton was able to ship these clones to Gloria Ferrer in Sonoma in 1993 after completing all the tests to qualify them for certification in Canada. In 1996, Gloria Ferrer generously donated cuttings from the six clones to the FPS public collection. Chardonnay 104 is reported to be French clone 118. The original plant material underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy in 1996 at FPS. After successful completion of testing for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program, Chardonnay 104 was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2003. The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

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Registration Status Registered
Source VCR clone 4, Vivai Cooperativi Rauscedo, Italy
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture
Proprietary Proprietary- cannot be distributed without written permission from owner.
Patented / Proprietary Proprietary
Comments A group of Italian Chardonnay selections came from one of the first international entities to contract with A group of Italian Chardonnay selections came from one of the first international entities to contract with Foundation Plant Services for grape importation services, Vivai Cooperativi Rauscedo (VCR) in Italy. VCR is a private nursery cooperative that was formed 70 years ago. More than 30 years ago, VCR started its own clonal selection program which included micro vinification for evaluating winegrape clones. In 1997, VCR formed a joint venture with the Novavine Grapevine Nursery in Santa Rosa, California. Three privately controlled VCR Chardonnay clones were first registered in 2004: designated SMA 108 (FPS 86), VCR 10 (FPS 103) and VCR 4 (FPS 105). The original material for Chardonnay FPS 105 underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy at FPS in 1998 and was planted in the Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2003. Chardonnay 105 successfully completed testing under the 2010 Protocol in 2012, after which it was planted in the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard as Chardonnay 105.1. A Novavine representative explains that “the VCR 4 clone is characterized as a Musqué because of its delicate perfume and taste of muscat”.

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Registration Status Provisional
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source VCR clone 4, Vivai Cooperativi Rauscedo, Italy
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Proprietary Proprietary- cannot be distributed without written permission from owner.
Patented / Proprietary Proprietary
Comments A group of Italian Chardonnay selections came from one of the first international entities to contract with A group of Italian Chardonnay selections came from one of the first international entities to contract with Foundation Plant Services for grape importation services, Vivai Cooperativi Rauscedo (VCR) in Italy. VCR is a private nursery cooperative that was formed 70 years ago. More than 30 years ago, VCR started its own clonal selection program which included micro vinification for evaluating winegrape clones. In 1997, VCR formed a joint venture with the Novavine Grapevine Nursery in Santa Rosa, California. Three privately controlled VCR Chardonnay clones were first registered in 2004: designated SMA 108 (FPS 86), VCR 10 (FPS 103) and VCR 4 (FPS 105). The original material for Chardonnay FPS 105 underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy at FPS in 1998 and was planted in the Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2003. Chardonnay 105 successfully completed testing under the 2010 Protocol in 2012, after which it was planted in the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard as Chardonnay 105.1. A Novavine representative explains that “the VCR 4 clone is characterized as a Musqué because of its delicate perfume and taste of muscat”.

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Registration Status Registered
Source Robert Mondavi Vineyards
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture
Comments Chardonnay 106 came to Foundation Plant Services in 1998 as a proprietary selection from Robert Mondavi's Byron Vineyards in Santa Barbara County. The plant material underwent microshoot tip tissue culture disease elimination therapy at FPS in 1999. After successful completion of testing for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program, Chardonnay 106 was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2003. Chardonnay 106 was released to the Foundation Plant Services public collection in 2006. The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

  Chardonnay 106.1 Top
Registration Status Registered
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Mondavi Byron Vineyards, Santa Barbara County, California
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments Chardonnay 106 came to Foundation Plant Services in 1998 as a proprietary selection from Robert Mondavi's Byron Vineyards in Santa Barbara County. The plant material underwent microshoot tip tissue culture disease elimination therapy at FPS in 1999. After successful completion of testing for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program, Chardonnay 106 was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2003. After successful completion of testing under the 2010 Protocol, Chardonnay 106 was planted in the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard as Chardonnay 106.1. Chardonnay 106 was released to the Foundation Plant Services public collection in 2006. The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

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Registration Status Registered
Source Calera clone, Hyde Vineyards, Carneros, California
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture
Comments This selection was donated to the Foundation Plant Services public collection in 2001 by Larry Hyde of Hyde Vineyards, Carneros, California. He describes the clone as the 'Calera clone'.

  Chardonnay 107.1 Top
Registration Status Registered
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Calera clone, Hyde Vineyards, Carneros, California
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments This selection was donated to the Foundation Plant Services public collection in 2001 by Larry Hyde of Hyde Vineyards, Carneros, California. He describes the clone as the 'Calera clone'. Chardonnay FPS 107 successfully completed testing to qualify it for planting in the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard in 2013, where it was planted as Chardonnay FPS 107.1. The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

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Registration Status Registered
Source El Molino Winery, St. Helena, Napa
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments This selection was donated to the Foundation Plant Services public collection in 2004 by El Molino Winery (Reginald Oliver) in St. Helena, California. Chardonnay 108 successfully completed testing for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program and was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2009.

  Chardonnay 108.1 Top
Registration Status Registered
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source El Molino Winery, St. Helena, Napa
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments This selection was donated to the Foundation Plant Services public collection in 2004 by El Molino Winery (Reginald Oliver) in St. Helena, California. Chardonnay 108 was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2009. After successful completion of testing to qualify for planting in the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard, it was planted at Russell Ranch in 2013 as Chardonnay 108.1.

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Registration Status Registered
Source Hyde clone, Hyde Vineyard in Napa, California
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments A group of Chardonnay clones with aromatic overtones in Wente clonal material was donated to the FPS public collection in 2002. Larry Hyde, a well-respected Napa grape grower who has developed a variety of Chardonnay clones over the years, made six clones available to the public through the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program. The 130-acre Hyde vineyard in the Carneros region supplies grapes from these and other clones to more than a dozen wineries, frequently resulting in high quality wines.

Chardonnay FPS 112 is one of the six clones donated by Hyde. The selection is named the ‘Hyde clone’ which originates from a 20-year-old block in the Carneros region of Napa County. The Hyde clone suffers from corky bark virus in its original state. Hyde reports that the clone is productive with high acidity. He explains that the grapes yield an unusual and unique complex flavor profile, characterized by 'nutmeg as young wine, followed by a peach like fruit flavor in one or two months'. The original material for Chardonnay 112 came to Foundation Plant Services in 2002 and underwent microshoot tip tissue culture disease elimination therapy in 2007. Chardonnay FPS 112 successfully completed disease testing for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program and was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2011. For a complete description of the FPS Chardonnay selections, including the Hyde clones, see the FPS 2007 Grape Program Newsletter, ‘Chardonnay History and FPS Selections’, http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section.

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Registration Status Registered
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Hyde clone, Hyde Vineyards, Napa, California
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments A group of Chardonnay clones with aromatic overtones in Wente clonal material was donated to the FPS public collection in 2002. Larry Hyde, a well-respected Napa grape grower who has developed a variety of Chardonnay clones over the years, made six clones available to the public through the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program. The 130-acre Hyde vineyard in the Carneros region supplies grapes from these and other clones to more than a dozen wineries, frequently resulting in high quality wines.

Chardonnay FPS 112 is one of the six clones donated by Hyde. The selection is named the ‘Hyde clone’ which originates from a 20-year-old block in the Carneros region of Napa County. The Hyde clone suffers from corky bark virus in its original state. Hyde reports that the clone is productive with high acidity. He explains that the grapes yield an unusual and unique complex flavor profile, characterized by 'nutmeg as young wine, followed by a peach like fruit flavor in one or two months'. The original material for Chardonnay 112 came to Foundation Plant Services in 2002 and underwent microshoot tip tissue culture disease elimination therapy in 2007. Chardonnay FPS 112 successfully completed disease testing for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program and was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2011. Chardonnay 112 successfully completed testing under the 2010 Protocol in 2012 and was planted in the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard under the selection number Chardonnay 112.1. For a complete description of the FPS Chardonnay selections, including the Hyde clones, see the FPS 2007 Grape Program Newsletter, ‘Chardonnay History and FPS Selections’, http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section.

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Registration Status Registered
Source Former Linda Vista Nursery via Larry Hyde Vineyards in Carneros
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments A group of Chardonnay clones was donated to the Foundation Plant Services grapevine collection in 2002; those clones promise additional clonal variety with aromatic overtones in Wente clone material. Larry Hyde is a well-respected Napa grape grower who has developed a variety of Chardonnay clones over the years and supplies these grapes to many wineries. This selection is a Wente-like Chardonnay which Hyde believes is unique in terms of flavor profile. He obtained the material from the former Linda Vista Nursery and characterizes it as 'clean and heat treated' Wente material. He states that this clone has been a favorite of some winemakers due to its small clusters of flavorful small berries. See 'Chardonnay History and Selections at FPS', FPS Grape Program Newsletter, November 2007, at page 28, accessible at http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grapes.

  Chardonnay 113.1 Top
Registration Status Provisional
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Wente-style selection from Hyde vineyards, Napa, California
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments This selection was donated to the Foundation Plant Services public collection in 2002 by Larry Hyde, a Napa grape grower who has developed a variety of Chardonnay clones. This clone is a Wente-style Chardonnay that Hyde believes is unique in terms of flavor profile. Hyde obtained this selection from the former Linda Vista Nursery and characterizes it as a 'clean and heat-treated Wente selection' with small clusters and poor set. This FPS selection tested positive for virus and underwent microshoot tip tissue culture disease elimination therapy at FPS. This selection is still undergoing index testing at FPS but will be known as Chardonnay 113.1 once all the tests have been completed. The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

  Chardonnay 114.1 Top
Registration Status Registered
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Long Vineyards via Hyde Vineyards in Napa, CA
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments This selection was donated to the Foundation Plant Services public collection in 2002 by Larry Hyde, a Napa grape grower who has developed a variety of Chardonnay clones. This selection is an aromatic (muscat) type clone obtained by Hyde from the Long vineyards in Napa. Zelma Long indicates that the Long vineyard was planted above Lake Hennessey in the Napa Valley in 1966 and 1967, using a massal selection that the budder, Rudi Rossi, said was collected from the Martini vineyards. Larry Hyde took cuttings from the Long vineyard for the material currently at FPS. Ms. Long, who has made wine for Simi Winery from Hyde's Long vineyard selection, and has made wine at Long vineyard itself, indicates that the two groups of wines show different character. A grape sensory analysis she conducted at Long vineyards showed five different flavor expressions in those grapes - yellow apple, citrus, spicy apple (nutmeg and ripe apple), white fruit (pear), and muscat (with citrus overlay) - each occurring in a different percentage in the vineyard, with the yellow apple and citrus being the most common. This FPS selection tested positive for virus and underwent microshoot tip tissue culture disease elimination therapy at FPS. The treated plant material successfully completed testing in 2013 to qualify for the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard, where it was planted as Chardonnay 114.1.

  Chardonnay 115.1 Top
Registration Status Registered
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Wente selection from former Linda Vista Nursery via Hyde Vineyards in Napa, California
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments This selection was donated to Foundation Plant Services in 2002 by Napa grower and winemaker, Larry Hyde. He characterizes this clone as a 'clean and heat treated' Wente selection. The selection qualified for the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard in 2014.

  Chardonnay 116.1 Top
Registration Status Registered
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Wente Vineyard, Livermore, via Hyde Vineyard, Carnernos, Napa, CA
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments This selection was donated to the Foundation Plant Services public collection in 2002 by Larry Hyde, grape grower and winemaker from the Carneros region in Napa, CA. Hyde obtained the plant material from the Wente Vineyard in Livermore for the Hyde Vineyards in Napa. The selection underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy at FPS in 2009. It qualified for the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard in 2014.

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Registration Status Registered
Source Oregon vineyard; donated by Duarte Nursery, Hughson, California
Treatments None
Comments This Chardonnay selection was donated to the Foundation Plant Services public grapevine collection in 2012 by Duarte Nursery, Hughson, CA. Duarte obtained the material from a vineyard in Oregon. The original material for this selection qualified for the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2014. That material also qualified for the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard in 2017 as Chardonnay 133.1.

  Chardonnay 133.1 Top
Registration Status Provisional
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Vineyard in Oregon; donated by Duarte Nursery, Hughson, California
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments This Chardonnay selection was donated to the Foundation Plant Services public grapevine collection in 2012 by Duarte Nursery, Hughson, California. Duarte obtained the material from a vineyard in Oregon. The original material for this selection qualified for the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2014. That material also underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy at FPS in 2015 and qualified for the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard in 2017 as Chardonnay 133.1.

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Registration Status Provisional
Source Clone 1-19 Gm, Geisenheim University, Germany
Treatments None
Proprietary Proprietary- cannot be distributed without written permission from owner: Geisenheim University
Patented / Proprietary Proprietary
Comments This proprietary clone came to Foundation Plant Services in 2014 from Geisenheim University in Germany. It is Geisenheim Chardonnay clone 1-19 Gm. The original material successfully completed testing in 2015 to qualify for the California Registration & Certification Program. This clone has also qualified for the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard - see entry for Chardonnay 134.1. Chardonnay 134 and 134.1 will be distributed in the United States through licensees of Geisenheim University.

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Registration Status Provisional
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Clone 1-19 Gm, Geisenheim University, Germany
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Proprietary Proprietary- cannot be distributed without written permission from owner: Geisenheim University
Patented / Proprietary Proprietary
Comments This proprietary clone came to Foundation Plant Services in 2014 from Geisenheim University in Germany. It is Geisenheim Chardonnay clone 1-19 Gm. The original material qualified for the California Registration & Certification Program in 2014. The original material underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy in 2014 and qualified for the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard where it was planted in 2016. Chardonnay 134 and 134.1 will be distributed in the United States through licensees of Geisenheim University.

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Registration Status Provisional
Source Clone 1-5 Gm, Geisenheim University, Germany
Treatments None
Proprietary Proprietary- cannot be distributed without written permission from owner: Geisenheim University
Patented / Proprietary Proprietary
Comments This proprietary Chardonnay clone came to Foundation Plant Services in 2014 from Geisenheim University in Germany. The material is unique in that the berries have red-pigmented grape berry skins and is known in some places as Chardonnay Rose. The skin is reportedly thicker and less affected by botrytis. The original material completed testing at FPS in 2015 and was planted in the Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2016. The selection has also qualified for the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard as Chardonnay FPS 140.1.

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Registration Status Provisional
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Clone 1-5 Gm, Geisenheim University, Germany
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Proprietary Proprietary- cannot be distributed without written permission from owner: Geisenheim University
Patented / Proprietary Proprietary
Comments This proprietary Chardonnay clone came to Foundation Plant Services in 2014 from Geisenheim University in Germany. The material is unique in that the berries have red-pigmented grape berry skins and is known in some places as Chardonnay Rose. The skin is reportedly thicker and less affected by botrytis. The original material completed testing at FPS in 2015 and was planted in the Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2016. The original material underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy at FPS in 2014 and qualified for the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard in 2016.

  Chardonnay 143.1 Top
Registration Status Provisional
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Eyrie clone; donated by Eyrie Vineyards in Dundee, Oregon
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Comments This selection was donated to the public grapevine collection at Foundation Plant Services in 2012 by Jason Lett of the Eyrie Vineyards in Dundee, Oregon. The material is called the Eyrie clone of Chardonnay. The Eyrie clone was originally a field selection taken from the Draper Ranch in St. Helena, California, in 1964. The clone was selected and developed thereafter from vines planted from that material on Eyrie Vineyards' property in Oregon. Lett reports that the Eyrie clone shows diverse cluster morphology. Some clusters show hen-and-chick characteristics; some are tighter and pyramidal with an even set; the balance are intermediate between the two. The original Eyrie clone material underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy at FPS in 2014 and qualified for the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard in 2017.

  Chardonnay 548 (proprietary) Top
Registration Status Registered
Source ENTAV-INRA® 548 Authorized clone from 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) was the first foreign entity to contract with FPS for Chardonnay importation services. ENTAV (now known as the Institut Français de la Vigne et du Vin – IFV) 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. This 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. Chardonnay 548 came to Foundation Plant Services in 1997. After successful completion of testing for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program, Chardonnay 548 was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 1999. Laurent Audeguin of ENTAV summarized the performance of the three FPS registered selections. ENTAV-INRA® 76 is a regular clone in terms of production and quality; the wines obtained are representative of the variety: aromatic, fine, typical and well-balanced. ENTAV-INRA® 96 demonstrates good vigor and a high level of production; the wines obtained are aromatic, elegant and sharp. ENTAV-INRA® 548 has lower than average production due to small and loose clusters with high sugar potential; the wines are aromatic, complex and concentrated with good length. All three selections have good ageing potential if yield is controlled. (Audeguin, Laurent, personal communication). The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

  Chardonnay 548.1 (proprietary) Top
Registration Status Registered
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source ENTAV-INRA authorized French clone 548, from France
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) was the first foreign entity to contract with FPS for Chardonnay importation services. ENTAV (now known as the Institut Français de la Vigne et du Vin – IFV) 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. This 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, the three trademarked Chardonnay clones sent to FPS in 1997 are labeled authorized Chardonnay ENTAV-INRA® 76, 96 and 548 as well as FPS 76, 96, and 548, respectively. Chardonnay 548 came to Foundation Plant Services in 1997 from France. After successful completion of testing for the California Grapevine Registration & Certification Program, Chardonnay 548 was planted in the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 1999. Chardonnay 548 underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy in 2010 in order to qualify for the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard. The treated material successfully completed testing under the 2010 Protocol and was planted in the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard in 2012 as Chardonnay ENTAV-INRA® 548.1. Laurent Audeguin of ENTAV summarized the performance of the three FPS registered selections. ENTAV-INRA® 76 is a regular clone in terms of production and quality; the wines obtained are representative of the variety: aromatic, fine, typical and well-balanced. ENTAV-INRA® 96 demonstrates good vigor and a high level of production; the wines obtained are aromatic, elegant and sharp. ENTAV-INRA® 548 has lower than average production due to small and loose clusters with high sugar potential; the wines are aromatic, complex and concentrated with good length. All three selections have good ageing potential if yield is controlled. (Audeguin, Laurent, personal communication). The complete article on the Chardonnay selections available at FPS can be accessed in the 2007 FPS Grape Program Newsletter on the FPS website http://fps.ucdavis.edu, in the Publications section under Grape.

  Chardonnay 809.1 (proprietary) Top
Registration Status Registered
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Authorized ENTAV-INRA® clone 809, France
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Proprietary Proprietary- cannot be distributed without written permission from owner: ENTAV-IFV
Patented / Proprietary Proprietary
Comments This selection is official French clone 809 from the Saône-et-Loire region. It was certified in France in 1985. The ENTAV catalogue indicates that clone 809 produces a muscat aroma. Chardonnay 809.1 underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy at Foundation Plant Services in order to qualify for the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard. The treated material successfully completed testing in 2013 and has qualified for planting at Russell Ranch as Chardonnay 809.1. The selection is available in the United States through ENTAV licensees.

  Chardonnay 1066 (proprietary) Top
Registration Status Registered
Source Chardonnay ENTAV-INRA® 1066
Treatments None
Proprietary Proprietary- cannot be distributed without written permission from owner: ENTAV-IFV
Patented / Proprietary Proprietary
Comments This selection was imported to the United States in 2007 from France by ENTAV-INRA, which manages the trademarked French clonal material. The selection is official French clone 1066, which originated from the Côte-d’Or region in France. The clone is reported to be very early and to produce superior sugars and quality wines. Chardonnay ENTAV-INRA® 1066 qualified for the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2012.

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Registration Status Provisional
Source Chardonnay ENTAV-INRA® 1066
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 the United States in 2007 from France by ENTAV-INRA, which manages the trademarked French clonal material. The selection is official French clone 1066, which originated from the Côte-d’Or region in France. The clone is reported to be very early and to produce superior sugars and quality wines. Chardonnay ENTAV-INRA® 1066 qualified for the FPS Classic Foundation Vineyard in 2012. The selection underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy at FPS in 2016 and qualified for the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard in 2018 as Chardonnay ENTAV-INRA® 1066.1.

  Chardonnay 1067.1 (proprietary) Top
Registration Status Registered
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Authorized French clone Chardonnay 1067, from IFV (ENTAV) in France
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Proprietary Proprietary- cannot be distributed without written permission from owner: ENTAV-IFV
Patented / Proprietary Proprietary
Comments This proprietary selection came to Foundation Plant Services in 2014 from IFV (ENTAV) as part of their trademark program for French clonal material. This Chardonnay clone originated from the Côte-d'Or region of Burgundy. Chardonnay 1067 underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy at FPS in 2014 and qualified for the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard, where it was planted in 2016.

  Chardonnay 1068 (proprietary) Top
Registration Status Registered
Source Authorized French clone Chardonnay 1068 from ENTAV-INRA, France
Treatments None
Proprietary Proprietary- cannot be distributed without written permission from owner: ENTAV-IFV
Patented / Proprietary Proprietary
Comments This selection is Chardonnay clone 1068 from the Côte-d’Or region in France. The clone was certified in France in 2003. The ENTAV catalogue indicates that the clone produces muscat aromas. The original material for clone 1068 successfully completed testing in 2013 to qualify for the California Registration & Certification Program. Chardonnay 1068 is available in the United States through ENTAV-INRA® licensees.

  Chardonnay 1068.1 (proprietary) Top
Registration Status Registered
Protocol 2010 Qualifies for Protocol 2010. (This selection planted in Russell Ranch)
Source Authorized ENTAV-INRA® clone 1068, France
Treatments Microshoot tip tissue culture therapy
Proprietary Proprietary- cannot be distributed without written permission from owner: ENTAV-IFV
Patented / Proprietary Proprietary
Comments This selection is Chardonnay clone 1068 from the Côte-d’Or region in France. The clone was certified in France in 2003. The ENTAV catalogue indicates that the clone produces muscat aromas. The original material for clone 1068 successfully completed testing in 2013 to qualify for the California Registration & Certification Program. Clone 1068 also underwent microshoot tip tissue culture therapy at FPS in order to qualify for the Russell Ranch Foundation Vineyard. The treated material qualified for planting at Russell Ranch in 2013 and will be known as Chardonnay 1068.1. Chardonnay 1068.1 is available in the United States through ENTAV-INRA® licensees.