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Grape Variety: Fer

Variety Name Fer
Common Synonyms Fer Servadou
All Synonyms Arech, Arrouya, Bequignaou, Bequignol, Bois Droit, Braucol, Brocol, Caillaba, Camarouge, Camirouch, Chalamoncet, Chalosse noire, Chausset, Couahort, Cruchinet, Ere, Estronc, Fer Bequignaou, Fer noir, Fer Servadou, Ferre, Folle rouge, Here, Herrant, Herre, Mances, Mansois, Mauron, Moura, Mouraa, Mourach, Noir Brun, Panereuil, Petit Fer, Petit Here, Petit Mourastel, Petite Here, Piec, Piek, Pienc, Pinenc, Plant de Fer, Queufort, Salebourg, Saoubade, Saumances, Saumansois, Saumences, Scarcit, Veron, Verron
Countries of Origin France
Species Vitis vinifera
Berry Color Black
Uses Wine
Comments Fer (also known as Fer Servadou) is a black wine grape variety cultivated in southwest France but probably native to the Gironde area.

Fer Selections

Information about:          Selection Numbers     |     Registration Status
  Fer 557 (proprietary)
Registration Status Registered Registered is the ultimate status in the California Department of Food & Agricultures Grapevine Registration & Certification Program. Registered selections have successfully completed all disease testing required by the regulations. Registered selections have also been confirmed as true to variety by experts using visual observations, DNA-based testing or both.
Source Authorized ENTAV-INRA® clone from France
Treatments None
Proprietary Proprietary- cannot be distributed without written permission from owner: ENTAV-ITV
Patented / Proprietary Proprietary
Comments This is an authorized Fer clone (Fer 557)from France that originated in Aveyron in the Midi-Pyrénées.