Tressot N
Name of the variety in France
This variety would be originally from the Yonne region.
There is no officially recognized synonym in France nor in the other countries of the European Union, for this variety.
Legal information
In France, Tressot is officially listed in the "Catalogue of vine varieties" on the A list and classified.
Wine grape variety.
Evolution of cultivated areas in France
ha 0.3
Descriptive elements
The identification is based on:
- the tip of the young shoot with a high density of prostrate hairs,
- the green young leaves with bronze spots,
- the adult leaves with five lobes, deep lateral sinuses with sometimes a tooth inside, a closed petiole sinus with very overlapping lobes, short teeth compared to their width at the base, no anthocyanin coloration of veins, a twisted, goffered leaf blade, folded and sometimes undulate near the petiole sinus, and on the lower side of the leaves, a low to medium density of erect and prostrate hairs,
- the round-shaped berries.
Genetic profile
Allel 1 137 223 239 176 194 246 238 216 239
Allel 2 141 236 249 186 200 256 254 267 239
Bud burst: 8 days after Chasselas.
Grape maturity: mid-season, 2 weeks and a half after Chasselas.
Suitability for cultivation and agronomic production
Tressot is generally pruned long and trellised.
Susceptibility to diseases and pests
Tressot is particularly susceptible to powdery mildew.
Technological potentiality
The bunches are medium in size and the berries are small. Tressot produces rather colored, full-bodied and warm wines.
Clonal selection in France
There is no certified clone for this variety yet.
Bibliographic references
- Catalogue des variétés et clones de vigne cultivés en France. Collectif, 2007, Ed. IFV, Le Grau-du-Roi, France.
- Documentary collections of the Centre de Ressources Biologiques de la Vigne de Vassal-Montpellier, INRAE - Institut Agro | Montpellier, Marseillan, France.
- Dictionnaire encyclopédique des cépages et de leurs synonymes. P. Galet, 2015, Ed. Libre&Solidaire, France.
- Traité général de viticulture, Ampélographie. P. Viala and V. Vermorel, 1901-1909, Ed. Masson, Paris, France.