Sérénèze N
Name of vine variety in France
Sérénèze
Origin
This vine variety is originally from Isère and based on genetic analyses carried out in Montpellier is derived from the crossbreeding of Gouais B and Chatus N.
Synonymy
Regulations
Use
Wine grape variety.
Evolution of area under vines in France
2016
ha 0.2
Description
Identification signs include:
- the tip fo the young shoot has a moderate to dense cover of flat-lying hairs,
- the young leaves have bronze patches,
- orbicular-shaped adult leaves, 5 lobes with an open U-shaped petiolar sinus, small to moderate size teeth with straight sides or with one side convex and the other side concave; an absence or slight anthocyanin coloration of veins; an upturned and jagged leaf blade, finely bubbled and the underside with a slight to moderate coat of upright hairs and an absence or very slight coat of flat-lying hairs,
- round or slightly flat-shaped berries.
Genetic profile
Microsatellite VVS2 VVMD5 VVMD7 VVMD27 VRZAG62 VRZAG79 VVMD25 VVMD28 VVMD32
Allel 1 131 223 249 178 188 244 238 235 271
Allel 2 131 232 249 191 204 252 240 245 271
Phenology
Bud burst: 4 days after Chasselas.
Grape maturity: period II, 3 weeks after Chasselas.
Suitability for cultivation and agronomic production
Sérénèze N is moderately vigorous and is generally long pruned. It resists fairly well to winter frost and the shoots grow semi-erect to erect.
Sensitivity to diseases and pests
Sérénèze N is very susceptible to downy mildew and is also susceptible to grey rot.
Technological potential
Sérénèze N grape clusters and berries are moderate size. This grape variety can produce light and fruity, but not very colored and relatively acid wines.
Clonal selection in France
There are no existing approved clones for this vine variety at the present time.
Bibliographic references